Kaia Gerber Closed Out New York Fashion Week At Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 Show

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 show marked the end of New York Fashion Week of this fashion month. The show was inspired by imaginary tropical paradise and titled “somewhere”, featuring bright colors of tropical sunset, floral prints and Turbans. In total silence without any background music, the models including Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber walked on the wooden floors of Park Avenue Armory in NYC.

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Gigi Hadid


Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Bella Hadid


Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Kaia Gerber

Kaia Geber, the young model who has turned heads this week at the shows of Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang and Rihanna’s Fenty For Puma, closed out New York Fashion Week in a very chic bright yellow beaded evening dress accented with black rope tied around waist, black gloves and black Turban.

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner strutted the runway braless in a much more daring look of a yellow sheer turtleneck and high-waist flower printed pants. A pair of beaded flower adorned sneaker sole thong sandals grounded the ensemble with a casual chic vibe.

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes


Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

The sandals on the runway of Mark Jacobs spring 2018 show have athleisure trend all over but upgraded with tropical characters like beads, tassels, prints, flowers or pop color mix. The comfortable multi-layer sneaker soles made them the perfect choice for a beach vacation. Turning away from flatform of last season, the block heels were kept low and crystal encrusted at front for a polished touch.

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

Marc Jacobs spring 2018 shoes

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