Runway Report: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Teens and the young at heart will love Jacob's take on shiny, happy people of the 1980s.

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Shiny, happy people on the runway at Marc by Marc Jacobs.
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The emphasis was on shine at the Marc By Marc Jacobs spring 2014 showing during New York Fashion Week. Sequins, satins and metallic leathers caught the light, and the eyes of those who love the style of the 1980s.
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Op art prints and loose-fitting trousers lent the collection an androgynous flair.
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Pretty in pink. The hue has become a major trend on the runways during the New York showings.
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"Think pink," proclaimed editor Maggie Prescott in the 1957 fashion flick "Funny Face." Perhaps Jacobs revisited the Audrey Hepburn classic while researching the spring collection.
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Though the collection had a retro feel, nothing on the runway felt overly derivative or obvious. Simple shapes and cool colors combined for a spirited take on youth dressing.
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Simple button-up shift dresses were covered in vibrant prints.
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While washed-silk suiting separates had a slouchy, insouciant air.
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Eyes spy a shift sure to turn heads on the street thanks to this vibrant, graphic print.
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A baseball jacket in satin added playful appeal to loose-fitting khakis.
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Sport meets nightclub on the Marc by Marc Jacobs runway.
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