Marc Jacobs' SS13
    line was inspired by
    '60s optical prints

    The must see:

    The Political Line,
    MAM, Paris

    Political provocateur and the pop-art pioneer of his generation, Keith Haring's works have graced everything from the Berlin Wall to Nicholas Kirkwood heels. This retrospective at the Musée d'Art Moderne – which includes pieces from Elton John's private collection – will focus on his response to AIDS and racism in the 1980s. April 19-Aug 18; mam.paris.fr

    The Go-to

    Marc Jacobs

    Who: Pop star of fashion design
    who always hits the top spot.

    Why now: His SS13 line, inspired
    by Andy Warhol's Factory, is one of
    the season's most standout
    collections – monochrome and
    graphic with a nod to the free-
    spirited artists of the '60s.

    Hot pieces: Geometric suiting
    and column dresses, not forgetting
    the covetable striped, pointed flats.

    The designer's take: "I love to
    take things that are everyday and
    make them into the most luxurious things in the world."


    The Edit

    Words: Olivia Wakefield; Kay Barron. Photographs: © Keith Haring Foundation; Photoshot/retna

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