NYFW: Marc Jacobs “Ghosts of New York” Tech Styled

Felicia Folgner | @FeliciaFolgner

Marc Jacobs takes this Fall 2016 ready-to-wear runway show very seriously with a new style of gothesque dark ensembles. Big xeroxed – gray coats and over-sized luxurious fur capes glide over a strobe-lighted white runway. Marc Jacobs themed “Ghosts of New York” and added a reference to ‘Lydia’ from the movie ‘Beetlejuice’ to his latest runway show at NYFW.

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A new change has happened to the style that we know of as Marc Jacobs. It has taken a dramatic climax to a new and adventurous darker and deeper side to Jacobs that we rarely see. We now could compare gothica styles from Marc to other great dark-styled designers like Alexander McQueen or Vivienne Westwood. With every great fashion runway comes the excitement of new styles, part of fashion is being a dark damsel of chic-love gothic wear.

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Every beautiful woman loves to wear dark colors and Marc delivers great new shades, from gray to mauve to black, colors that you can rock out in. I like this side of Marc because he is bringing out the darker character of fashion as well as his own deeper side. In all seriousness, the fashion show was working it. The ready-to-wear will most likely appeal to Gaga (and her little monsters) including other super stars, including yourself, who dare to Jacob up their style.

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Marc Jacobs latest collection seems to have the power to bring out your hidden dark fairytale character or it can have you punk-rocking your gothic side and that is why we believe that this is THE collection that deserves to be tech styled.  So we have styled our favourite Marc Jacobs AW16 runway pieces with some stylish tech accessories- Caeden, The Unseen, Oura, Fitbit and D&G– that we know make the perfect partner in crime for this daring look.

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You can shop Marc Jacobs latest couture and ready-to-wear collection pieces. Styles start at $325 – $2800. Otherwise take a moment to view the rest of Marc Jacobs AW16 collectionimage3 (10)

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Felicia Folgner
Editor-in-chief at Sarah Harp Magazine

Editor-in-chief for Sarah Harp Magazine and Fashion Writer at