It hasn't yet been two weeks since Marc Jacobs debuted his glamorous spring 2016 collection at New York's Ziegeld Theater, but celebrities are already taking to it like couture-draped flies to sugar water. Three days after Jacobs's New York Fashion Week show, Kerry Washington wore one of the range's metallic, embellished midi dresses to the Emmys, consequently landing her a spot on the evening's best dressed roster.
On Sunday, Rachel Weisz arrived at a New York Film Festival photo call for her upcoming film, "The Lobster," in a piece from the same collection. This time, though, it was a jazzy, ankle-grazing dress that Kendall Jenner first wore on the runway (see below), complete with a sequined pleated skirt, satin belt and heavy, boxy shoulders. The garment itself is quite loud, as is the case with many of Jacobs's spring looks, but the 45-year-old actress let it speak for itself: Her hair was loose, her makeup fresh and her one-strap shoes completely distraction-free. For Weisz, the dress made a sufficient statement, and any additional flashy accessories may have put it over the edge.
This, of course, begs the question: Where will Jacobs's spring collection end up next?