Feathers, Capes & Christy Turlington

To close out New York Fashion Week, Marc Jacobs delivered once again, a show worth talking about.  Supermodel Christy Turlington shut the show down in the final look of Jacob’s collection on Wednesday night.  The last time Christy Turlington, (now Turlington-Burns), walked the runway for Marc Jacobs was in 1993 for his collection as Creative…

New Age Feminist Bliss

By: Ashleigh K. Copeland If Katherine Hepburn, Jackie O, and Marie Antoinette had a baby, it would be this collection.  Marc Jacob’s spring 2019 collection of ruffles, pink satin, and all things avant garde is just what women need after such a tumultuous 2018.  This collection, even down to the music selection, is lighthearted, cohesive,…

Louis Vuitton Street Style

Louis Vuitton is not the brand I would expect to incorporate something like street art into their collection.  But, the traditional brand has done just that.  For the past two seasons, Louis Vuitton has been collaborating with up-and-coming street artists, to design scarves.  The brand continues to support the street art scene with their Spring/Summer…

Black, White, & Mod All Over

By: Ashleigh K. Copeland Usually the colors named in trends for spring include actual colors, but this season black and white dominated the runways.  Alexander Wang showed an entire collection of black and white as well as other designers like Marc Jacobs, and Jason Wu.  I personally love wearing black because it’s so versatile, so…