You can always count on Marc Jacobs to have the final say on New York Fashion Week — and a dramatic one, too.
The designer always comes in with a major statement, usually in striking silhouettes and shapes, and no less on the footwear. There have been sky-high goth platforms, worn by model Lady Gaga in the fall ’16 show, glamorously exaggerated turbans for spring ’18 and cartoonishly oversized overcoats shown in the fall ’18 show.
Oversized taffeta ruffles and ribbon curled shoes at Marc Jacobs spring ’19.
Metallic satin curled heels with glittery stockings at Marc Jacobs spring ’19.
For his spring ’19 runway collection, the designer wrapped everything up in a bow: Each look resembled a beautifully wrapped gift, done in a variety of shades and colors and textures, including the shoes.
Model Adwoa Aboah in a taffeta frock at Marc Jacobs spring ’19.
There were oversized ruffles in taffeta, clownish bows around the neck, done in chiffon or silk. There were mountains of feathers on minidresses and overcoats, which made the models look like walking cake pops, their legs like sticks in glittery stockings.
A feather and ruffle mini dress with glittery tights and metallic heels.
Glitter stockings and origami fold