Seems like Marc Jacons is pushing the boundaries of sleepwear this season with a seductive collection that befits the bedroom [and in Marc's opinion the streets during winter].
"Everything is about reaction, so we were thinking what we can do now after the geometry and no emotion of last season," describes Marc of his recent Louis Vuitton AW2013 collection. There are a ton of pieces that befits the boudoir - chemise dresses, slips in plaids and tweed and even that of lace. I just wonder how comfortable these pieces will be in the cold wintery season - maybe if you're a fan of this collection you'd be better of wearing them during fall. Looking at his collection this season, I think it's a means of cleansing his palette for what seemed to be countless seasons of sheer brilliance - a break of sorts. It's a very soft yet impactful collection, though I must say from the looks of it they're not that utilitarian which is needed from fall-winter pieces. I guess I'll reserve that judgment once I see the pieces for myself. For now though I think Marc is trying to show a more "grown-up" side to his design aesthetic - scrimping from the playful and outlandish designs he's more well-known for. Hmm...come to think of it, the concept for LV this season is playful and outlandish. Maybe he's doing it right after all eh?
CREDITS: Video from Vogue