27/08/2010 18:21 BST | Updated 22/05/2015 10:12 BST

Catwalk Review: Marc By Marc Jacobs A/W 2010

Marc by Marc Jacobs, New York Fashion Week autumn/winter 2010

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DESIGNER: Marc by Marc Jacobs

INSPIRATION: Russian dolls in military-inspired attire with a bit of country

TOP LOOKS: Army and red blanket stripe dress with khaki bag; army coat with elbow patches, twill pant and green cardigan; cherry red wool jacket with navy shorts; blue military jacket; herringbone vest and skirt combo; short white lace dress and subsequent similar top with blue wool pants

ACCESSORIES: All kinds! The cute flats and bobby socks combo that we saw one night prior at Marc Jacobs plus similar items like the fur-laden bags (this time in messenger form); Oxford shoes in black, gold, bronze, and navy; trapper hats, lace-up brown leather boots, pumps

Company CEO Robert Duffy (tweeting away no doubt, before he deleted his account), Terry Richardson, Amanda de Cadenet, Justin Theroux, Lorenzo Martone

WHAT WE THOUGHT: As is often his wont, Marc Jacobs sent a variety of mix and matched looks down the runway for his diffusion line, and they weren't at all overwhelming. Instead there were tons of cool separates for the taking in a variety of categories. It started with an military theme that contained red and olive green-striped dresses and military jackets with red piping. From there it morphed to blue suits - some in tartan - and others in herringbone. Toward the end gold and lace had replaced checks and stripes. It was a hearty offering that left us feeling satiated.