It has been fun in the past to look at the clothing being shown at the New York fashion shows and compare these designs to the fragrance and personal care packaging of the designers.
This week Marc Jacobs was showing his Fall ideas, and the NY Times columnist Cathy Horyn called the collection,
“exquisite without being complicated . . familiar without being merely tweaked, that ultimately made you feel good. The mixture of chalky beiges, grays and creams were incredibly soothing, like being in a modern room without much clutter”
What I noticed was wonderful textural quality with a real restraint in the color palette. Very different from the whimsy of his Daisy and Lola fragrances.
Photographs by Elizabeth Lippman for the New York Times