Diana Vreeland called her red living room the garden in hell. For his autumn/winter 15 collection, Marc Jacobs recreated the idiosyncratic glamour of the Stefan Beckman-designed backdrop inspired by Jeremiah Goodman paintings of Vreeland’s famous salon, both literally (bloody red walls, painted sofa setting), and figuratively (a sense of daring). Backstage after the show, Jacobs spoke about his attraction to the editor’s aesthetic convictions, and that “fierce, addictive, pleasure then pain of being so adamantly passionate and total about embracing something. The allure of it.” Watch the immersive production process above!