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Marc Jacobs revealed his collection for Fall/Winter 2014 at Milan Fashion Week, showcasing the fruits of his labor since departing Louis Vuitton. Here we find Jacobs’ penchant for sleek silhouettes in full force, with the designer playfully experimenting with neutral colors and rich textures for the new season. Rare patterning such as peacock feathers and zebra stripes fit in well alongside bold tartan and simple striping, all of which are executing across sharp tuxedo blazers and sleek, wearable pants. Even a hint of Japanese influence makes its way to the cut of some trousers, rounding out a versatile and smart offering from Marc Jacobs. Enjoy a look at the goods here.

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