Marc Jacobs collaged the '80s for resort 2017.

"WE TOOK FALL AND MADE IT KITSCH, AND WENT FROM YOUTUBE BACK TO MTV," THE NYC DESIGNER—WHO WON THE CFDA'S WOMENSWEAR DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PRIZE THE NIGHT BEFORE THE SHOW—TOLD VOGUE.

True to form, Jacobs went all out for resort, teleporting us back in time with a mash-up of '80s everything.

MANIC PINKS, CRIMPED HAIR AND ZEBRA STRIPES CLASHED PURPOSEFULLY AGAINST ARMY COATS, DOTTED LACE AND GLITTERY THROWBACK LOGOS, PRESENTING A TEXTURED HOMAGE TO THE ERA'S DEFINING MAXIMALISM.

A little crazy, a little beachy, a little zesty—definitely electric. Or, as Jacobs put it, "fried, like the models' hair."