Devon Lee Carlson Designs a Very Y2K Collection for Marc Jacobs
The model keeps 2000s nostalgia alive with a baby tee, a zip-up hoodie and more.
Coinciding with the style influencer’s 27th birthday on August 3, the Devon Lee Carlson for Marc Jacobs capsule collection launches with a tightly edited selection of statement pieces, all inspired by nostalgia from Devon’s life. Peppered with playful graphics and saturated colors, the seven-piece range features a very Y2K baby tee and a pair of matching short shorts, a black slip dress adorned with pastel blue lace and dainty bows, and a giant diamanté T-shirt that reads “MARC” in bubblegum pink. The standout item of the capsule, a cropped zip-up hoodie and pants set, is printed with a kitschy motif of Devon’s adorable dog, Martin.
“Marc is a true fashion icon and inspiration to me. All of the pieces in this collaboration were designed to be worn in any setting, at home with slippers or out on the town with your most fun heels,” Devon said in a press release. “Getting to design this collaboration has been such an honor and a dream that I’m just waiting to wake up from!”
To complete the collection, the duo is recreating an MJ handbag — one that Devon has found from her personal archive of vintage fashion — in hot pink and black leather. Featuring cute letter charms the spell “Marc Jacobs,” the detachable chain strap of the purse even doubles as a necklace.
Priced between $80 and $225 USD, the capsule collection is now available at Marc Jacobs stores and online. See the campaign, lensed by Conor Cunningham and styled by Chloe and Chenelle Delgadillo, here.