In its first standalone presentation, the men’s Marc by Marc Jacobs line took a dramatic turn away from its romantic vintage-y aesthetic and into the land of action sports, showcasing a collection based on BMX and motocross with strong ninja influences. (The women’s show on Tuesday is expected to have a similar message.)

A plaid kimono-inspired jacket was shown with voluminous skater shorts, while strong graphic elements were also evident in silk bombers with allover motocross prints and Japanese tiger claw motifs worked on T-shirts and long-sleeve shirts. Oversize down puffer jackets with a shiny coating added a chic touch.

This new attitude and separate show format made for exciting new territory for the Marc by Marc Jacobs man.

In its first standalone presentation, the men’s Marc by Marc Jacobs line took a dramatic turn away from its romantic vintage-y aesthetic and into the land of action sports, showcasing a collection based on BMX and motocross with strong ninja influences. (The women’s show on Tuesday is expected to have a similar message.)

A plaid kimono-inspired jacket was shown with voluminous skater shorts, while strong graphic elements were also evident in silk bombers with allover motocross prints and Japanese tiger claw motifs worked on T-shirts and long-sleeve shirts. Oversize down puffer jackets with a shiny coating added a chic touch.

This new attitude and separate show format made for exciting new territory for the Marc by Marc Jacobs man.

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