The models began to walk, their faces with a fierce look and a rock-n-roll song starting to play in the background. T-Rex’s “Children of the Revolution” was the song playing, and the clothing was a reflection on this word, revolution. One of the first few clothing items that the models were wearing consisted of a long, short and long sleeved dress with a primary black color and small colors of blue, white, red, and yellow. One aspect of these dresses that stood out to me was the words on the bottom, “out future.” It seems as if Marc Jacobs was making a declaration. Maybe through his Fall line, Marc was sending a message to everyone that we need a revolution.
More models began their fierce walk down the artificial grass platform, and the clothing items had words such as, society, unite, and solidarity stitched onto the fabric. The outfits had a European Militaristic look. A familiar model that has not been a stranger to the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week was Ms. Kendall Jenner. What an exciting week for her! Public Enemy’s song “Fight the Power” was another song on this revolutionary playlist that reflected the theme of the show. The show ended with the presentation of shorter dresses but, nothing that geared away from the militaristic look.
Are you interested in adding Marc by Marc Jacob’s revolutionary playlist to your iTunes? Here is the song list.
Children of the Revolution: T-Rex
Fight the Power: Public Enemy
I was Born Free: M.I.A
I fought the law: Bobby Fuller
Instant Karma: John Lennon
Viva la fashion,
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