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August 01, 2011  | by: Anupriya Dutta

Marc by Marc Jacob's New Collection

With temperatures soaring high, we normally think about how to accessorize our wardrobe for the heat. However, it looks like the fashion industry has already planned the whole year ahead! With the fall campaigns concluding this month and the fall/winter collection already finished, all we can look forward to is for designers to put their collections in their stores!

Marc by Marc Jacobs has designed a new denim collection to accessorize our fall this year. For the first time the collection has been up individually instead of being sent down to the runway. The collection comprises of nine styles with 12 different washes including dark and light. The collection will hit stores with a price range from $138 to $228.

Here is a look at some of the denims that I’m sure everybody will make a space for in their wardrobe:

Stick Jean in Bowery Grey, $188

'70s Flare Jean in Deep Crease Wash, $198

Lou Skinny Jean in Bedford Black, $178

Jac Legging in Crosby Wash, $138

'70s Flare Jean in San Francisco Wash, $228

Slouchy Slim Jean in Bergen Wash, $168

Military Legging in Bowery Olive, $198

Rolled Slim Jean in Greene Painter Wash

So accessorize your fall with chic denim!

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