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Marc Jacobs set his show in a dreamland, with models treading a soft carpet around a wooden house bathed in purple light. Jacobs, who said he wanted to transform the show into immersive “art installation,” had his guests listen to a Steve Mackey instrumentals soundtrack via Beats by Dre headphones. The looks were inspired by work gear—cargo pants with oversized pockets paired with tube tops; khaki dress coats decorated with carmel stones; belted army jackets buttoned all the way to the top but with a hint of skin peeking out from small, medal-like cut-outs below the shoulder—with a touch of ’90s fun (sheeny satin mini dresses and backpacks, Birkenstock-inspired velour sandals).
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