I want the jacket SO BAD.
I'm loving the tigers. J'adore the colours, patterns, animal prints and fabrics in the collection!
"It's just camp. To take something from nature and to make it into stylish clothes: that's total camp," said designer Marc Jacobs backstage after his Louis Vuitton show on the final day of Paris fashion week.
Camp as envisaged by the French luxury powerhouse today came in the form of a collection inspired by Donna Summer, seventies disco, chinoiserie and tiger stripes. A black marble effect catwalk, stuffed tigers and tasselled disco curtains set the scene. It was as abrupt a departure from last season's ultra tasteful Bardot-meets-Mad Men look as it is possible to get.
Fringed crystal flapper dresses, lurex knitted jersey dresses, pantsuits in yellow, rust and purple colour blocks were set off with wide sequinned cummerbunds. A white trouser suit worthy of a Studio 54-era Bianca Jagger had an giraffe printed on its back. Tassels, shimmer, billowing decadent sleeves and animal motifs fought for attention, sometimes on the same outfit. The finale look was a pair of shiny tuxedo trousers and shimmering zebra stripes painted onto the model's body replacing actual clothes.