1970 style icons Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall epitomize the glamour of the era: Halter and plunging necklines, layers of colorful silk, exaggerated neck tie details, bold print and color all help to create an effortless chic and sophisticated look. Spring 11 styles that were directly inspired from this era include, Elodie Bloom Top, Splashed Colorblock Balloon Jersey Dress, Edith Eyelet Body Wrap Dress, and Pollina Silk Top.
For Spring 2011, Marc By Marc Jacobs hits the runway in a multitude of bright colors, flowy fabrics, and updated neutrals, evoking the romance and youth of the 1970’s. Hemlines drop giving a billowing and glamorous air to dresses and skirts, while pants become higher-waisted, with a fuller leg. Blouses in silk and cotton poplin dominate, both paired with shorts or tucked into skirts. We bring it back to classic Marc By Marc Jacobs sportswear infusing the line with both bright pops of color, as well as updated neutrals of fog, sand, and cream. There is a light hearted quality to the collection illustrated through the layered application of light weight fabrics. The playful heritage of the brand is illuminated as we embark on our ten year anniversary at Marc By Marc Jacobs this spring season.
1970s lady-like sophistication inspired us this season. Our new groups have more structured silhouettes in luxury materials — such as the Bianca Jane on a Chain and the Snake Chain Shop Girl. The vintage-inspired color palette has rich neutrals such as Caramel, Taupe and Black accented by pops of color. This refined aesthetic was furthered by new hardware pieces and subtle detailing.
In the Philippines, Marc by Marc Jacobs is exclusively distributed in the Philippines by Stores Specialists Inc. (SSI), and is located at Greenbelt 5.