Apr 20, 2018 | By Emma Griffin
MARC GROWS UP
New York: The Marc by Marc man grew up a little this season, sporting a more prominent, tailored look than usual for the boyish, less expensive bridge line of Marc Jacobs. Pant silhouettes were new – stovepipe trousers with pleats, crisp creases, cuffed hems and high rises replaced the shrunken, cropped and/or skinny styles of past collections. Twills and denims were notably absent, and in their place were woolen herringbones and speckled tweeds. Though silhouettes and fabrics felt a bit mature, a mildly offbeat, autumnal 70s color palette and retro sporty footwear kept the mood hip.
Color: Rust / Burnt orange / Indigo / Cream / Chocolate brown / Olive / Burgundy / Bottle green / Red-orange / Black / Tan
Key Items: Pleated tweed trouser / Tweed trench / Stovepipe suit / Button-front shirt / Fur-trimmed parka / Sparkle sweater / Piped jersey gym pant
Materials: Herringbones and speckled tweeds / Woolen sweater knits / Nylon / Mohair / Velvet / Coarse, sparkly sweater knits / Jersey
Details + Trim: Button-down collars / Shawl collars / Fur trims / Plaid linings / Piping / Turtlenecks / Cuffs for pants
Accessories + Footwear: Tie clips / Color-blocked totes / Retro sneakers / Spectator brogues / Leather waist belts / Pocket squares / Messenger bags / Silk ties
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