Marc by Marc Jacobs

New York: Marc’s vision for his bridge brand’s youthful customer this season was straightforward; looks that blended simple tailored shapes, bold solid colors and active-inspired elements playfully summarized an array of current runway trends. Although not groundbreaking, the clothes were well-executed and very wearable. As is often the case, the line’s outerwear styles were some of its strongest. Trenchcoats offered in unexpected dull tones conjured styles of the late 70s and early 80s, appealingly contrasting the collection’s many Mod 60s-inspired items. Tailored, tapered trousers also had charm, as did a camp shirt that featured tiny bright orange buttons. Cube-shaped leather bags looked new, while flirty pinup swimsuits felt old but good. –Whitney Kessler

Silhouette: Tailored and straight / Round and full on the bottom

Color: Electric oranges / Navy / Sky and royal blues / Olive drab / Primary red / Rosy taupe / Seafoam / Optic white / Kelly green / Black / Cream / Rasberry

Key Items: Tapered pant / Mod mini-skirt / Plain white tee / Tailored short / Trench / Pinup swimsuit / Woven tee / Shift / Button-front / Peplum dress

Materials: Silk / Moleskin / Felt / Jersey / Twill

Print + Pattern: Stripes / Bird graphic prints / Zigzag patterns / Stenciled lettering

Details + Trim: Contrast details / Color-blocking / Self-belts / Tuxedo stripes / Drawstrings / Embroidery / Peplums / Ringer necklines / Raglan sleeves / Snap closures

Accessories + Footwear: Patent leather belts / Quirky high-heeled Mary Janes / Sturdy totes / Transparent visors / Sporty carryalls / Trainers / Cube wristlets / Leather pouches / Small utility handbags / White plastic sunglasses / Simple sandals

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