Jacquemus

SS 2016 - Boy Oh Boy
  • Jacquemus Gathered Asymmetrical Dress
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    This JACQUEMUS dress features an asymmetric collared shirt with a single long sleeves layered under a deconstructed blazer with a wraparound design and an oversized welt pocket. Hidden zip side closure. Material: 100% cotton and 100% wool. Color: white/red. Unlined. Made in France. Model is wearing a sample size FR 36 (equivalent to US 4) This style fits true to French sizing. We suggest taking your normal size.
  • JACQUEMUS Spring Summer 2016
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    When Simon Porte Jacquemus arrived on the Paris fashion scene a few years back, his clean lines and nonchalant tees rapidly won over the cool crowd. Redefining South-of-France staples—the boxy dress, cotton shirt, or Breton stripe—has been his approach. This spring, however, the wunderkind foregoes his trademark beachy look for something entirely different. Dubbed “Le Nez Rouge” or “The Red Nose” (from crying a lot) this latest collection reflects a poetic interpretation of the designer’s psychological state. Red circle motifs dot relaxed trousers and crisp frocks, as blazers are sliced in half, only to be held together by string. Summery numbers undergo profound transformations with overlaid details offering an off-kilter vibe. Staged in a remote industrial hangar, the surreal showing was interrupted by Jacquemus parading a white horse across the space—a symbol of optimism, perhaps not only representative of his mindset, but also of his clothes.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** blazer features an allover pinstripe design with a notch lapel, a single strap wrapping around one shoulder, and a contrasting elongated sleeve with a bow detail at the shoulder.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** trouser is rendered in an allover pinstripe design and features a mid rise with a fitted waistband, a flat front with slip pockets at the hips, and a straight leg with cuffs at the ankles.
  • JACQUEMUS Spring Summer 2016
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    When Simon Porte Jacquemus arrived on the Paris fashion scene a few years back, his clean lines and nonchalant tees rapidly won over the cool crowd. Redefining South-of-France staples—the boxy dress, cotton shirt, or Breton stripe—has been his approach. This spring, however, the wunderkind foregoes his trademark beachy look for something entirely different. Dubbed “Le Nez Rouge” or “The Red Nose” (from crying a lot) this latest collection reflects a poetic interpretation of the designer’s psychological state. Red circle motifs dot relaxed trousers and crisp frocks, as blazers are sliced in half, only to be held together by string. Summery numbers undergo profound transformations with overlaid details offering an off-kilter vibe. Staged in a remote industrial hangar, the surreal showing was interrupted by Jacquemus parading a white horse across the space—a symbol of optimism, perhaps not only representative of his mindset, but also of his clothes.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** dress features a single long sleeve with an architectural lapel neckline and a mini length sheath silhouette with blazer pocket details at the front.
  • Jacquemus
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    This **JACQUEMUS** dress features a deconstructed blazer design with a wraparound silhouette, an exposed collared shirt with a tie detail at the shoulder, and a mini length asymmetric hem.
  • Jacquemus
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    This **JACQUEMUS** shirt features an asymmetric neckline with a half collar and pleated lapel, a contrasting circle detail at the front, and an oversized fit with an elongated sleeve.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** skirt features an off-center suiting design with a cuffed long column silhouette.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** dress features a double blazer design with a wraparound silhouette, three quarter length gathered sleeves, and an asymmetric hem.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** top features a draped pant leg design with a cropped hem.
  • Jacquemus
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    This **JACQUEMUS** skirt features a blazer design with button fastenings at the front, welt pockets at the hips, and a wraparound shape with a mini length hem.
  • JACQUEMUS Spring Summer 2016
    SOLD OUT: More info
    When Simon Porte Jacquemus arrived on the Paris fashion scene a few years back, his clean lines and nonchalant tees rapidly won over the cool crowd. Redefining South-of-France staples—the boxy dress, cotton shirt, or Breton stripe—has been his approach. This spring, however, the wunderkind foregoes his trademark beachy look for something entirely different. Dubbed “Le Nez Rouge” or “The Red Nose” (from crying a lot) this latest collection reflects a poetic interpretation of the designer’s psychological state. Red circle motifs dot relaxed trousers and crisp frocks, as blazers are sliced in half, only to be held together by string. Summery numbers undergo profound transformations with overlaid details offering an off-kilter vibe. Staged in a remote industrial hangar, the surreal showing was interrupted by Jacquemus parading a white horse across the space—a symbol of optimism, perhaps not only representative of his mindset, but also of his clothes.
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    This **JACQUEMUS** bandeau top features a single covered shoulder and a ruched knot design.
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    This pinstripe **JACQUEMUS** skirt features an asymmetric wraparound design with a variegated pinstripe panel at the back and an asymmetric mini length hem.
  • Jacquemus
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    This pinstripe **JACQUEMUS** skirt features an asymmetric wraparound design with a variegated pinstripe panel at the back and an asymmetric mini length hem.
  • Jacquemus
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    This mini length **JACQUEMUS** dress features an asymmetric blazer design wrapped around a camisole-style bodice.
  • JACQUEMUS Spring Summer 2016
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    When Simon Porte Jacquemus arrived on the Paris fashion scene a few years back, his clean lines and nonchalant tees rapidly won over the cool crowd. Redefining South-of-France staples—the boxy dress, cotton shirt, or Breton stripe—has been his approach. This spring, however, the wunderkind foregoes his trademark beachy look for something entirely different. Dubbed “Le Nez Rouge” or “The Red Nose” (from crying a lot) this latest collection reflects a poetic interpretation of the designer’s psychological state. Red circle motifs dot relaxed trousers and crisp frocks, as blazers are sliced in half, only to be held together by string. Summery numbers undergo profound transformations with overlaid details offering an off-kilter vibe. Staged in a remote industrial hangar, the surreal showing was interrupted by Jacquemus parading a white horse across the space—a symbol of optimism, perhaps not only representative of his mindset, but also of his clothes.

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fl4u
Wrote 10 months ago
fab

sassy-elisa
Wrote 10 months ago
Awesome collection :)

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