Marc By Marc Jacobs, for the 1970s Working Woman in You

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The fall 2013 collection Marc Jacobs presented for Marc By Marc Jacobs last night had a definite 1970s vibe: Deep colors, busy prints, plaid, wide lapels. A couple of the ensembles feel very Lily Tomlin from 9 to 5, and that's not a bad thing. Some of the satin stuff doesn't seem practical, but there are a lot of very wearable separates. Just add shag carpeting.

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kcametogetdown
kcametogetdown

I know models are supposed to have a blank sort of look on their face, but these particular models look so unhappy that every single one of them looks miserable or pissed off. But, to be fair, if I had to wear some of those outfits, I'd be miserable too.