The Marc by Marc Jacobs S/S13 collection stands above the rest as a whimsical and artful masterpiece on how to mix prints, layer clothes, and stay fashion forward. Unafraid to layer checkered, floral, striped, geometric, or even plaid prints on top of each other is a true gift – as any 5 year old who tries to dress themselves or an onlooker can attest. The youthfulness and eclectic vibe that Marc Jacobs has created this season was kicked up a notch with his versatile use of the traditional scarf – mostly red and blue Maasai-inspired scarves, worn as a turban, obi, bandana or belt. Wooden Geisha slippers worn with chunky wool socks finished the look that added a bit of corky hipster to many ensembles.


Theme – Cool kids both girls and boys experiment with Kyoto Japanese style and Maasai-inspired scarves

Colors – White, red, China blue, coral, ink, apricot, magenta, fuchsia, grey, black

Key Items – Checkered patch-pocket skirts; trapeze dress with flouncy edges; oversized blazers with slim trousers; slouchy high-waisted pants


Prints/Patterns – Checkered, floral, striped (horizontal and vertical), geometric, plaid

Fabrics – Cotton, Washed Silk, Cotton Poplin, Cotton Drill, Jersey, Denim, Cotton Satin

Accessories – Lace-up and Ankle strap shoes and wedges, chunky Geisha shoes, wool socks, beach totes, structured satchels, chunky ethnic bangles, messenger hats for men, and scarves worn as a turban, obi, belt and bandana


Swag – Marc by Marc Jacobs is for anyone. It might be hard to pull off a full look from any one of the shows but, as separates any piece can be special. Marc Jacobs has the ability to allow his customers to feel cool, hip, and on or above any trend. If you like to layer your clothes… there is no better designer to learn how to master that look.