Monday, 7 October 2013

Marc Jacob's Finale at Louis Vuitton

Its been a big week in fashion as Marc Jacob's confirms that he will no longer be leading uber-fashion house Louis Vuitton in Paris. In Scotland it is also a big week as it is time to assess our first year fashion students on their knowledge of textile fibres. Looking at how Marc Jacob's contrasts and harmonises fabrics composed of different fibres is interesting revision. . .

Using both the physical and aesthetic fibre/fabric properties in creative ways, results in a collection that is commercial golddust. Parent company LVMH have watched the label become the most valuable in the world and Marc Jacob's contribution a key driving factor in that success. The influence on middle market collections coming our way soon will undoubtedly be fabric driven. Knowing your vegetable cellulosic natural fibres from your regenerated man-made fibres is fundamental to your own success.






 
Louis Vuitton
 
The influence on middle market collections coming our way soon will undoubtedly be fabric driven. Knowing your vegetable cellulosic natural fibres from your regenerated man-made fibres is fundamental to your own success.

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