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Editorial

Marc Jacobs ended New York Fashion Week with a homage to Diana Vreeland and her living room, which inspired Jeremiah Goodman’s painting ‘Diana Vreeland, Garden in Hell Sitting Room’. The show had a dark, luxuriant atmosphere, the models were pale-skinned with scarlet geisha lipstick (another Vreeland obsession), but instead of concealing kimono they wore sinuous checked dresses decorated with four horizontal contrasting bands and matching long black leather gloves in every look, even the nude ones. Check motifs also appeared on circle skirts worn with structured jackets or coats, nipped at the waist by thin belts, with animal details or fur collars – a combination that was repeated in various lengths and materials to the final outfits, except for the finale dresses, which were fluid and long and sequined or sheer.