Skip Nav
Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle's Christmas Outfit Is About to Consume Your Thoughts and Sell Out Instantly
Holiday Fashion
8 Universally Flattering Party Dresses to Wear This Holiday Season
Personal Essay
Why It's Time to Celebrate Average-Size Women

The Word on Marc Jacobs Spring 2010

>> Marc Jacobs's Spring 2010 show is just a little over an hour away — and there's plenty of hints that have been going around.  It's all front row again, according to today's The Daily, and Lorenzo Martone told The Cut it will celebrity-free: "I think Marc is really tired of the rock-and-roll thing, so it’s going to be very romantic. So: ruffles and prints and very kind of sweet.” Word a couple of days ago is that Marc was trying to convince some new faces to dye their hair black for the show, and The Imagist told us earlier today that it's supposedly not just black, but blonde, as well.  As for whether the show will commence early, on-time, or late, Katie Grand "reliably" told Grazia that the lights will go down start 4 minutes late; that is, presumedly, unless Anna Wintour, who is coming from the US Open, is running late. [The Cut, Grazia Twitter]

Update: Supposedly the show is Geisha-themed. [Nylon Twitter]

The full play-by-play »

Update 2: Now reports are starting to conflict with some of those above: the first, from backstage, is that two big stars are confirmed for the show, and the second, is that the show is set to start 5 minutes early at 7:55 PM EST. [Fashion TV Twitter, Karen Kooper Twitter

Update 3: 7:28 PM EST — Anna Wintour is still watching tennis at the US Open in Queens. [diecastagency Twitter]

Update 4: Fashin has a couple of pictures from backstage. [Fashin]

Update 5: Scratch Update 3 — Anna Wintour is already seated, 20 minutes early. [ElleUK Twitter]

Update 6: Perez Hilton has arrived, it sounds like Madonna and Lady Gaga are expected. The set is entirely white: white benches, white floor, no runway. [The Moment TwitterThe Cut TwitterJoe Zee Twitter]

Update 7: The lights are super bright, and guests are already being asked to take their seats; the venue has no air conditioning. [The Moment Twitter, WWD Twitter, StyleWriterNYC Twitter]

Update 8: Madonna escorted to her seat, Jesus Luz came, too. [WWD Twitter, Booth Moore Twitter]

Update 9: Cathy Horyn, last to arrive, show starting three minutes late. [Derek Blasberg Twitter]

Update 10: Lady Gaga was late and is watching the show — full of ruffles, pastels, pearl accents, and Geisha style — next to Lorenzo Martone in the pit. [Derek Blasberg Twitter, The Moment Twitter, WWD Twitter, BryanBoy Twitter]

Update 11: Gaga wore "white coat, black dress, flying saucer hat, and eyemask," and the finale dress was, according to Derek Blasberg, "the best thing I've ever seen." [Joe Zee Twitter, Derek Blasberg Twitter

Update 12: Marc took his bow in a skort by 8:14 PM EST. [Glamour Fashion Twitter]

Update 13: More details from the show: lingerie, fanny packs, scrunchies; and a peek at Lady Gaga. [SoyChaiLatte Twitter, Matt Holloway Twitter

Update 14: People were still arriving for the show, even as the crowd was pouring out afterward. [Christina Binkley Twitter]

Update 15: Marc on his Spring 2010 show full of kitten heels: "This collction was inspired by the theatre . . . and romance!" [Joe Zee Twitter, Fashion TV Twitter]

Update 16: Jessica Stam, Suvi Koponen both walked; the show focused on familiar faces instead of breaking new faces. [VMagazine Twitter, Adrian Mainella Twitter, The Moment Twitter]

Kaia Gerber Marc Jacobs Daisy
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh Pen Spray Giveaway
Anna Faris Emmys Dress 2017
Popular Bags From the Early 2000s
From Our Partners
Latest Fashion
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds