Fashion Week Spring 2014:
Seen and Heard at New York Fashion Week
A Post-Apocalyptic World at Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs pushed the envelope (and the tested editors' limits) when he created an elaborate "bombed-out beach" landscape as the backdrop to his spring/summer 2014 collection. And thanks to the gigantic heat lamps that were set up all over the armory, InStyle Market Director Wendy Wallace said it felt like she had walked into a sauna. Models raced down a black sandy runway that snaked around debris and destroyed fashion magazines. And the props that served up the the most drama included tee-pees, a wrecked ship and a giant Adirondack chair.