Marc Jacobs Fall 2019 Runway Highlights by designer Marc Jacobs. Because we love Marc Jacobs heavenly Fall 2019 collection so much. Each look was unique with that certain fallen angel mystique, but still an angel. Perhaps the most loved: Christy Turlington Burns, who last walked the runway in the Nineties closed the show in a couture gown of black feathers and petals.

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Models: Adut Akech
Aivita Mūze
Alyssah Paccoud
Anok Yai
Bente Oort
Cara Taylor
Christina Kruse
Christy Turlington
Cristina Piccone
Felice Noordhoff
Fran Summers
Gigi Hadid, Grace Bol
Guinevere Van Seenus
Hannah Motler
Hiandra Martinez
Jamie Bochert
Kaia Gerber
Karlie Kloss
Kiki Willems
Lindsey Wixson
Lineisy Montero
Liu Wen
Mayowa Nicholas
Naomi Chin Wing
Primrose Archer
Rebecca Leigh Longendyke
Remington Williams
Rianne Van Rompaey
Sara Grace Wallerstedt
Sasha Knysh
Saskia de Brauw
Scarlett Costello
Tami Williams
Tang He
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Yasmin Wijnaldum
Zoe Thaets
Music: song “Freedom” by artist: Rex Banner
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N. Hoolywood Spring/Summer 2019 Menswear Ready-To-Wear Collection by creative director Daisuke Obana.

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Junya Watanabe Fall/Winter 2018 Womenswear Ready-To-Wear Collection by designer Junya Watanabe.
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Balenciaga Spring 2019 Women’s Ready-To-Wear Collection by designer Demna Gvasalia. “I always had this idea of a video tunnel, like being inside someone’s digital mind,” said Demna Gvasalia. “Fashion shows are for transporting people, otherwise there’s no point. It was like working on a movie, getting people into another reality, so it stays as a memory.”
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Leave it to Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, to distill the major talking points of Paris fashion week in under five minutes—from genderless fashion to surprising debuts.

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John Varvatos Fall/Winter 2018 Menswear Ready-To-Wear Collection by designer John Varvatos.
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Meghan Markle wore three stunning outfits in one day during her royal visit to Ireland. She kicked off the trip with a fitted green Givenchy ensemble.

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