Another sign the return has begun.
Bruce Springsteen is not the only beloved cultural figure who has declared New York City open again for business.
Two days after the Boss reopened on Broadway, Marc Jacobs returned to Fifth Avenue with the city’s first full-fledged fashion show in front of an air-kissing, non-socially distanced audience since the pandemic began — and his first show since February 2020. It was held in the echoing marble entranceway of the Public Library just atop Bryant Park, erstwhile home of New York Fashion Week, the stairs outside speckled once more with street-style photographers.
Unlike other designers, Mr. Jacobs has eschewed the digital sphere as a way to
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