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The Weather Project


The Fall 2013 runway featured a large electric-powered sun that cast a sepia tone over the entire show space. The idea was inspired by Olafur Eliasson’s The Weather Project, a 2003 installation at the Tate Museum in London. 

In the London installation, Eliasson created his “sun” using hundreds of monochromatic lamps which radiated yellow light. He also used humidifiers to create a fine mist in the air via a mixture of sugar and water. Mirrors were placed on the ceiling and sides that made the sun appear larger than it was and also reflected the images of all the visitors. Visitors were focused more on their reflections, hence becoming the centerpiece of the installation. 

After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, The Weather Project really resonated with Marc and became a source of inspiration. “Last season was all black and white, and life unfortunately isn’t that way, it’s all the shades of gray,” he said backstage. “I’ve felt out of sorts, and I wanted to see things sort of dismal and then still show the optimistic side.“ —MARC JACOBS, for style.com

 

The Weather Project


The Fall 2013 runway featured a large electric-powered sun that cast a sepia tone over the entire show space. The idea was inspired by Olafur Eliasson’s The Weather Project, a 2003 installation at the Tate Museum in London. 

In the London installation, Eliasson created his “sun” using hundreds of monochromatic lamps which radiated yellow light. He also used humidifiers to create a fine mist in the air via a mixture of sugar and water. Mirrors were placed on the ceiling and sides that made the sun appear larger than it was and also reflected the images of all the visitors. Visitors were focused more on their reflections, hence becoming the centerpiece of the installation. 

After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, The Weather Project really resonated with Marc and became a source of inspiration. “Last season was all black and white, and life unfortunately isn’t that way, it’s all the shades of gray,” he said backstage. “I’ve felt out of sorts, and I wanted to see things sort of dismal and then still show the optimistic side.“ —MARC JACOBS, for style.com

 

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Backstage


Backstage


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Fall 2013 Lookbook


Fall 2013 Lookbook


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Fall 2013 Accessories Lookbook


Fall 2013 Accessories Lookbook


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Fall 2013 Accessories & RTW Mailer


Fall 2013 Accessories & RTW Mailer


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The 1984


The 1984


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The Metropolitan


The Metropolitan


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The Polly


The Polly