Marc Jacobs is almost inarguably the king of New York Fashion Week, and his Marc Jacobs Collection show is always the most sought-after invitation of them all (at least stateside). This year, the show livestreamed online to thousands of fans while the editors and buyers looked on in Manhattan, and what a splendid show Marc created to kick off the digital age at his company – if you like a good 70s reference in your spring wardrobe, that is.

Jacobs will also join us in the 21st century by launching online retail at MarcJacobs.com today, but you’ll have to wait until next year if you want to scoop up the collection’s fabulously wearable printed dresses and (slightly less fabulous) shiny pantsuits in a palette of plum, pumpkin and raspberry. While you wait patiently, we have photos of the best looks to entice you, after the jump. Oh, and the bags! How could I forget the bags? Jacobs took a refreshing turn back to normalcy this season, and the richly hued day clutch seems to be his bag of choice for spring.
From his runway to God’s ears, as they say.

Photos courtesy of Style.com.

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  • lumgum

    its disgusting !! hate it

  • Toni

    I love this collection! The jewel tone colors are beautiful. I wish there were better pics of the bags though – seems like there are a lot of clutches.

    • http://www.purseblog.com/ Amanda Mull

      I wish there were better pics too, but I’ve searched high and low and can’t find them anywhere. Usually Style.com is pretty reliable for detail shots, but there aren’t any accompanying the collection this year, and apparently Marc only let one photog shoot the bags backstage and they aren’t releasing the shots until Dec/Jan.

  • Nicole

    OMG, LOOOOVE the sheer-lace-polkadot black pantsuit… what a reason to get back into FAB hottie shape after I pop out this baby! (oh who am I kidding?!)

    (ipad)

  • liz randell

    I actually love this collection, the colours are extremely wearable and I can see them being easily transferred to the highstreet. Bring on the spring! (ipad)

  • Jelita78

    i seriously don’t want to go back to 70′s or 60′s fashion era.. i’d prefer to stick to current, thank you.
    but although i’m not sold on the design, i do like the soft spring pinkish tone used.
    very feminine and sweet! (ipad)

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