MJ's latest drop reimagines a kitsch sentiment.
Marc Jacobs

Part of a collection that saw flamingos flagged as repeated prints, embroidered motifs and petite pin brooches, the casual trouser – as these are classified – should in theory make the biggest statement of Marc Jacobs’ SS15 offering. It’s not every guy’s desire to have his legs flanked by such icons of kitsch after all.

By swapping the baby pink guys (appearing on shirts, long and short sleeved) for a red on navy colourway however, the look pushes a different volume, siding on a more abstract level.

Bold yes, but of a nature that matches the streetwear arena from which the cuffed hems and tie-string waist details fall; the MJ branding on the outer waistband only further seals the deal. 



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