Marc Jacobs and his lover Lorenzo Martone originally planned on having a very small, two-person wedding at the end of August. It was never confirmed after the fact, though, and it sounds like that’s because it hasn’t happened yet. Jacobs told the Times UK: “We still haven’t fixed the date but Lorenzo and I believe in commitment. We’re quite classic like that. We’ve got the license, hence the rumors that we’d already got married. So hopefully it will happen in 2010. When it does, it will be very low-key.” (source: fashionologie.com)
Well oke, we know the wedding will be low-key, but don’t you think ‘including the Digitalistas’ means low-key? We think so…In the end Elisah Jacobs is still his cousin right? And we write more about him then anybody else so we expect an invitation. And if the mail deliverer puts a personal MJ note in our mailbox somewhere in 2010, we want to be sure that we already have found the perfect dress!
Note: We don’t think we need to wear a dress of Marc himself, because on the day of his life he is not in the mood for ‘work’! So it’s not that we don’t like his dresses, because we absolutely adore all the things he makes!
Hereby some good party-dresses from net-a-porter.com
Hervé Léger’s sequin-paneled black bandage cap sleeve dress, Hervé Léger’s gold sequined bandage dress in a signature body-sculpting style and Fendi’s cream and brown demi-sheer crepe de Chine asymmetric bow-detailed bi-colored ruffle dress.
Preen’s body-contouring petrol sateen mini dress, Oscar de la Renta’s multicolored sequin-sprayed silk dress
and Richard Nicoll’s sand organic canvas corset dress with gold velvet panels.
Proenza Schouler’s blue sequin-sprayed sleeveless dress, Alexander Wang’s Crepe dress and Rachel Gilbert’s exquisitely embellished strapless black mesh gown.