The New York Times on the Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2013 Runway Show:
In a way, Mr. Jacobs was guilty of exploiting the fashion world’s love of whiz-bang spectacle to offer a fundamental truth about ourselves: we like what we like. We like our pajamas. We like a nice-looking coat and, sometimes, a glamorous silk gown that feels as comfortable as a slip. Basically, we want to be with our friends and not have to think about what we are wearing. It’s the last thing we want to think about.
“I mean, it was a no-brainer,” he said of the collection.
And how. He showed sweater-and-skirt sets, A-line wool jackets, a man’s suit vest with a liquid black silk skirt, sequined evening coats decked with fur. The models all wore identical choppy, bed-head wigs. – read more via NYT