By: on Sep 16, 2011, 10:39.

Designer Marc Jacobs closed New York Spring 2012 Fashion Week with a collection that was enchanting and dazzling.  The gorgeous set at the Lexington Armory was designed to look like 40s style American dance hall, complete with wooden planks on the runway.  With the Philip Glass opera “Einstein on the Beach” as the soundtrack, the gold curtains parted to reveal 48 models each frozen in a Bob Fosse attitude setting the mood for the “All that Jazz” dance inspired show.

The Marc Jacobs Spring 2012 show was full of beautiful dresses made from techno fabrics that gave the collection a futuristic feel.   The beauty look makeup artist Francois Nars created was simple but sexy, the long lashes and pale lips had a 60’s feel and was inspired in part by singer Amy Winehouse. After the show we went backstage and caught up with of our favorite top models Ginta Lapina and she told us what it was like to be a part of this magical show.

This article was written by Karen Morrison, Executive Producer & Director.  A production of MODTV Fashion Video Network. Videographers: Giovanni Sicignano and Karen Morrison.

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Karen Morrison is an award-winning digital producer, director, journalist and founder of MODTV Fashion Video Podcast at Apple Podcasts, named one of British Vogue's "Best Podcasts of 2017". A freelance contributor at Condé Nast, Karen created the Allure Backstage video series and works with some of the world's most influential brands including Tom Ford Beauty, Pat McGrath Labs and L'Oreal Paris. Follow Karen on Twitter, Instagram and Google+

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