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Marc Jacobs Wants to Give You Full Access to His Spring 2016 Show

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images
Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images

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Streaming: It's here, and it's the future. Marc Jacobs, who was one of the first fashion designers to stream his runway, is making his Spring 2016 show accessible to the public again.

The show will be available to watch via a live stream that will broadcast the arrival of celebrities — there will surely be a ton — as well as backstage prep, and, of course, the actual show.

This will be the first look at the revamped brand since Marc Jacobs Collection and its diffusion line, Marc by Marc Jacobs, were combined. As we covered in detail, the show marks a pivotal moment for Jacobs, who is potentially gearing up to go public with his label.

To mark the momentous occasion, Jacobs has opted to host the event at the Ziegfeld Theatre, a legendary cinema typically reserved for film premieres.

Watch it live right here at 6pm ET.