New Shapes: Grace Elizabeth Sports Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2021

New Shapes: Grace Elizabeth Sports Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2021

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New Shapes: Grace Elizabeth Sports Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2021

Wearing Marc Jacobs' FW collection, model Grace Elizabeth is bolder than ever.

Wearing Marc Jacobs' FW collection, model Grace Elizabeth is bolder than ever.

Photography: Richard Burbridge

Styling: Patti Wilson

Text: Matthew Velasco

Shown at the sprawling grounds of the New York Public Library, Marc Jacobs' Fall/Winter 2021 collection was a homecoming for the ages. Not only the designer's first runway presentation since February 2020, the show was the New York fashion scene's first in-person return to the traditional format. And with energetically oversized silhouettes intertwined with daring logo play, Jacobs certainly did not disappoint.

Toeing the line between unbridled maximalism and pandemic-induced comfort, Jacobs again proved his knack for staying up to date with fashion's ever evolving cultural zeitgeist. Holographic paillette evening wear—influenced by couture fabrication— made palatable by ribbed knit bodysuits complimented Jacobs' over-the-top, cocoon like, styling. "I love the pieces that are based on utility clothes, but in fabrics that we developed and in very couture-like silhouettes," Jacobs explained to V.

For V's latest issue, model Grace Elizabeth donned key looks from Jacobs' dynamic Fall/Winter 2021 collection. Lensed by Richard Burbridge and with styling by Patti Wilson, the American model showcased the collection's sportswear roots and maximalist facade.

Grace wears all clothing and accessories (throughout) Marc Jacobs, On face Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Foundation

"Some of my favorite things in this collection are the logo pieces, specifically."

On lips Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Hi-Lustre Light Sculpting Lipstick
On eyes Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Defining Eyeshadow

"We came up with this idea of a printed logo that was inspired a bit by a room in the home of Pauline Trigere; it was her logo repeated. We had never done a logo pattern for the runway before, so we said let’s do it."

Credits:

Makeup Raisa Flowers (EDMA)

Hair Junya Nakashima

Model Grace Elizabeth (Next)

Digital technician Nick Barr

Photo assistants Peter Siskos, Matthew Cylinder

Stylist assistants Taylor Kim, Grace Beck, Emilio Tamez

Makeup assistant Eunice Kristen

Hair assistant Nick Simmons

Production assistant Morgan B.

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