Marc Jacobs doesn’t just tell you dress to kill, he also lays it out, one option at a time.
The invites have gone our for his release party for Gloss, a book about ’70s fashion photographer Chris von Wangenheim, and the dress code takes up more space than the actual party information.
So what can fashion week guests expect at Jacobs’ soiree?
According to an invite received by Yahoo! Style:
STRICT DRESS TO KILL CODE WILL BE ENFORCED: FUR COATS OVER LINGERIE, LIP GLOSS, JERRY HALL SIDE-SWEPT HAIR, SEQUINS, GOLD LAMÉ TURBANS, PATTI HEARST SYMBIONESE LIBERATION ARMY GEAR, ROGUE, ROLLERINA CHIC, SHEER HAREM PANTS, MINI SKIRTS AND MUSCULAR LEGS, PLATINUM RECORDS AS HEAD GEAR, SEQUINS, GRACE JONES BUTCH REALNESS, GLOSS-Y SKIN, BLEACHED EYEBROWS, SLITS, RIDING IN ON A WHITE HORSE, SEQUINS, SKY HIGH STILETTOS, MIRRORED AVIATORS, METAL MESH, COWL NECKLINE HALTERS, OR EYES OF LAURA MARS CHIC. NO FLAT SHOES. NO MATTE SURFACES. NO NATURAL LOOKS.
This dress code does not discriminate. Along with endless style options for women and men (gold lamé turbans, mini skirts and muscular legs), there are also no-gos such as flat shoes and matte surfaces.
What exactly is “rollerina chic?” The world may never know, but judging from this invite, guests better channel their inner Kate Moss at a modern Studio 54 or else they can expect to be stranded at the door, clutching their invite.
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