Customs and deliveries delays have forced Marc Jacobs to postpone his autumn/winter 2013 show as 'Blizzard Nemo' threatens to wreak further havoc with the New York Fashion Week schedule.
New York Fashion Week designer Marc Jacobs has been forced to move his upcoming autumn/winter 2013 mainline show due to customs and deliveries delays.
"We're missing bags, shoes and two fabrics," Marc Jacobs International president Robert Duffy told WWD .
The delays mean Jacobs has had to move the show from its usual Monday night slot to the 8pm slot on Thursday February 14, the final day of New York Fashion Week. The date change will mean many fashion editors, stylists and buyers will have to make the decision to either stay in the city for the highly-anticipated show or head to London for the start of London Fashion Week, which begins on Friday.