Dress Code Reads, "No Flat Shoes. No Matte Surfaces. No Natural Looks."

Dress codes are always in order for a party, especially a New York Fashion Week one. This couldn't have been more true and much more wild than Marc Jacobs' wild glamazonian extravangaza last night at Tunnel, an 80's nightclub in Chelsea. The invitation reads, "STRICT DRESS TO KILL CODE WILL BE ENFORCED: Fur coats over lingerie, lip gloss, Jerry Hall side-swept hair, sequins, gold lamé turbans, Patty Hearst symbioses liberation army gear, rogue, rollerina chic, sheer harem pants, mini skirts and muscular legs, platinum records as head gear, sequins, Grace Jones butch realness, gloss-y skin, bleached eyebrows, slits, riding in on a white horse, sequins, sky high stilettos, mirrored aviators, metal mesh, cowl neckline halters, or eyes of Laura Mars chic. NO FLAT SHOES. NO MATTE SURFACES. NO NATURAL LOOKS." 

 Photo: Courtesy of  Vogue , shot by Daniel Arnold

Photo: Courtesy of Vogue, shot by Daniel Arnold

 Photo:  Courtesy of  Vogue , shot by Daniel Arnold

Photo: Courtesy of Vogue, shot by Daniel Arnold

Well we can get behind this for sure. Loving and living for "rollerina chic". A most exclusive affair where the wild club kids came out to play and they turned it out. The event was in honor of Roger and Mauricio Padilha's volume, Gloss, celebrating Chris von Wangenheim who was an influential 70's photographer. We've seen the pics and next time we have a party of any sort, Marc Jacobs we are calling you. Maybe we can do something for my best friend's daughter's 5th birthday party. I'm thinking giraffe realness and hot pink Barbie glitter over fish nets floating in on one of those blow up pool toys that took Instagram by storm this summer. 

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