Marc Jacobs says each season of clothes he designs is a natural progression from what went before.Marc Jacobs tries to find a “fresh spirit” to inspire him each season.The fashion designer heads up Louis Vuitton as well as his eponymous label. He has explained how he comes up with so many different collections each year, explaining it’s important that he pays attention to his surroundings.“Well, it’s never calculated. I look for a fresh spirit each season, but you never know what will set you off. When you are in touch with yourself and receptive to new things, that’s really how anyone gets an idea,” he said.Marc was then asked if that meant his Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter collections were complete opposites. He tries not to make that the case, preferring to see them as natural progressions from what went before.“No! For example, the colors for autumn were sober, but the clothes were sensual. For spring, I still wanted that sensuality but was drawn to prettier shades. So you make an adjustment in shape, fabric and proportion, if colors are more joyful. Black buttons become white ones,” he told UK magazine InStyle.
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Miranda Kerr is happy she is still doing “fun” modeling jobs while also finding time to be with her husband and son.
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Karl Lagerfeld describes himself as a “brain bodybuilder”.
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Melanie Ward says the internet and social media have “democratized fashion”.
Coco Rocha is thankful she liked Irish dancing when she was young as it has helped her establish her modeling career.Coco Rocha bitterly regrets not buying a pair of dream shoes which she just “couldn’t part with the cash” for.The model loves everything about fashion and enjoys being clad in high-end pieces for photoshoots. However, when it comes to dressing herself in her private life things are different.Coco finds it hard to splash huge amounts of cash on expensive pieces as it seems so wasteful.“My greatest fashion regret is some Givenchy shoes I wanted so badly, but I couldn’t part with the cash. I was raised on thrift stores, so shopping at high-end boutiques, to this day, is foreign to me,” she explained to the latest edition of UK Elle.The 23-year-old star loves her job, but didn’t grow up on a diet of fashion. She was interested in other pursuits, although now she is glad of that.Coco’s other passions have helped her develop a niche when it comes to modeling.“My earliest fashion memory is the day I was scouted at the age of 14. That’s when I realized that models could be tall, skinny, Irish-dancing nerds,” she laughed.“My most exciting fashion moment so far was Celtic dancing down Jean Paul Gaultier’s runway in 2007. I was then known as ‘Coco the dancing model’. It helped establish me as more than just another new face.”
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Daisy Lowe has revealed her weaknesses, which include stressing out too easily and being compulsive.