NYFW: Marc Jacobs puts on the most iconic show ever for Spring 2019

Vogue calls Marc Jacobs "New York’s keeper of the fashion flame."

The designer took "fashionably late" to a new extreme -- an hour and a half off schedule -- for his show on Wednesday night, which culminated the end of the industry's bi-annual extravaganza. Only Jacobs could pull off such an experience consisting of an illuminated runway at the iconic Park Avenue Armory, a sea of tulle and pops of candy-colored fashion.

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His Spring 2019 collection was invaded with silk and feathers, tweeds and tiered ruffles to give a new meaning to exquisite tailoring.

Models matched this 60s-era vibe with volumized hairdos, silk neckties and colorful feather nets pinned atop of their heads. Drop-waist skirts and sequin-adorned material danced down the runway, one look more eye-opening than the next. Embellished with colored quills and dramatized with layers upon layers of chiffon frills, it was a collection only worthy of the last day of fashion week.

It was truly a sight to behold, of course in the most Marc Jacobs fashion ever. See all the looks from this season's collection above!

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