Runway To Costume Institute Gala Preview – Anna Wintour In Marc Jacobs


Here’s something we don’t see very often. Anna Wintour not wearing Prada or Marni.

As I said in my earlier post Marc Jacobs is the honorary chair of tonight’s “The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion” Costume Institute Gala, with Anna Wintour as one of the co-chairs.

This afternoon they both attend the press preview of this event, with Anna wearing a Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 ensemble.

The look included paisley print top, with a black trim, and a modified skirt from the runway, because lets face it, Anna was never going to wear the presented skirt.

Apparently it’s raining in New York, so I hope they’ve made provisions to ensure the ladies don’t get wet in their gowns.

Rain drenched hems just break my heart.

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14 thoughts on “Runway To Costume Institute Gala Preview – Anna Wintour In Marc Jacobs

  1. SWANKY-D

    i kinda hope that someone else will wear the presented skirt..

    anna let the magic of the skirt gone..
    but i must give two thumbs up for anna trying something other than prada

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  2. Anonymous

    Anna wears other things besides Prada and Marni, she’s just usally seen at Major events in Parada or Marni. She was wear Balenciaga a while back..

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  3. Anonymous

    Agree with SWANKY-D. We know that Anna wore other brands too. But i must admit that this look is boring although the outfits contains many color
    The main point is she’s so blah in here, esp her boots.

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  4. Fashion Critic

    To Anonymous 21:03, of course she wears other designers, but its mostly wears Prada and Marni we know this as a fact.

    Just like Charlize Theron wears mostly Dior, but other designers…and Renee Zellweger wears Carolina Herrera…and other designers…..I could go on and on, but……

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  5. Fashion Critic

    Jinx, I just posted this very article.

    I don’t blame him, I would have done the same

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  6. Kris

    If she had worn that skirt the way it was presented, she would’ve looked like a fool. She’s a grown-ass woman and that skirt is just not age appropriate so she wore it the way she wanted to wear it–accommodating HER style.

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  7. Fashion Critic

    Kris, of course she not going to wear the runway skirt, it was a tongue and cheek comment.

    I guess irony doesn’t translate.

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  8. whitestroke

    Don’t get the boring comments. How can such a colorful outfit be boring? The top is especially cute and fun. I wish more young people would dress more like this. I just hate the boots, but it was a horrible day in New York, so she’s forgiven.

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  9. Kris

    FC, my comment was obviously towards Swanky-D's initial comment. 'let the magic of the skirt down'<—if she kept the magic, she would've lost her personal style so she created a look that was magic for HER aesthetic.
    All you said was that she would never wear the skirt as presented which..I mean duh, yes I agree so my comment was not towards you. :)

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