Marc Jacobs Fall 2018 Collection Ads

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Marc Jacobs, as a brand, is known for its incorporation of whimsical elements into everyday fashion. This was definitely the case when it came to Marc Jacobs’s Fall 2018, which was praised for its vibrant and geometrical basis. The collection was reported to be heavily based on 1980s labels such as Saint Laurent, Montana, Mulger, and Ungaro. The evidence was present in details such as big shoulders, bow belts, and baggy yet tailored pants.

This past weekend, the collection was photographed for its ad campaign by Steven Meisel, with many of the looks being styled by Katie Grand. The bold, bright colored power silhouettes are presented atop a silver-gray backdrop; further highlighting the presence of color in this collection. To add to these callbacks to the decade of excess, the models wear heavy and glittery eye looks. The ad plays with what seems to be Jacobs’s fascination with geometric styles, as some models are sporting angular bowl cuts.

To top it all off, whether they’re sporting a huge overcoat or glittery hammer pants, each of the models is shown to be walking Doberman pinschers. The dogs themselves seem to blend in with the ongoing aesthetic.

So whether you’re looking to bring the 80s back, or simply are a fan of pinschers yourself, below are some shots of the campaign:



Featured Image via Marc Jacobs

Proud Latina Feminist. My likes include strong coffee, watching the previews that come on before the movie, and things that come in pretty packages. I've been a bibliophile and fashion lover since well before I could read or tie my own shoes.

    • Corrada Spatola

      Much more interesting fashion looks then I’m used to for the fall.

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