“We asked photographer Tyler Mitchell and stylist Julia Baylis to reinterpret our Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 collection. The result? A dreamy series of photos and video that explores the politics of representation, [and] street culture.”- The Marc Jacobs Brand
Sounds like a pretty interesting fashion project to us! Check the re-envisioned looks throughout this future as well as learn details in regards to the concept and styling of this shoot.
Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 Collection Reinterpreted by Tyler Mitchell and Julia Baylis
“The concept of this series began with wanting to portray a new, younger, and different side of life. From there I let the fashion be my playground for my imagination. I want to probe politics of representation in these clothes that so clearly tied themselves to notions of street culture and hip-hop.
It’s important during this time to give life and voice to black people you wouldn’t normally see in high fashion spaces. I just wanted to depict a carefree Sunday in New York that felt free from political frenzy. However, sometimes you still feel the trouble creeping in.”
“We were inspired by the attitude and feeling of the Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2017 show. The collection felt both current and nostalgic. Giving us vibes of the 70s/80s NYC streets, like the subjects in Jamal Shabazz photos.
We picked an interesting group of subjects. People we know personally, models, kids we met on my street in Flatbush. We wanted to mix in their distinct attitudes and personal wardrobes into the styling.”
Director: Tyler Mitchell
Stylist: Julia Baylis
Cinematography: Kyle Keese
Hair: Yoichi Tomizawa
Makeup: Erin Green
Music: Romil Hemnani
Starring: Amelia Rami, John Worldwide, Bari Krueger and Raimundo Langlois
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