Two Models Totally Wiped Out At Marc Jacobs' Resort Show

Front row A-listers at Marc Jacobs’ Resort ’17 show in New York witnessed two models slip on the same spot on the runway.

The renowned fashion label was live streaming their show on their Facebook page, when the world caught sight of one model slip and fall flat on her behind.

Moments later, another model found the same slippery spot, tumbling sideways into the front row but catching herself just in time.

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[Photo: Facebook]

Unfortunately for the models, the front-row guests including US Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris Carine Roitfeld witnessed the girls take a tumble.

The show starts off swimmingly, with models dolled in gothic makeup, frizzy locks and bold 80s-inspired looks.

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[Photo: Facebook]

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[Photo: Facebook]

Around four and a half minutes into the livestream, the show is interrupted by the model adorned in grey denim and sparkly blue boots who slips and lands right on her tush.

She gracefully gets back up on her feet, picking up her white leather studded bag on the way and continues to walk the distance like nothing ever happened.

A few moments later the next model hits the runway in a sequined zebra-esk coat, walking out with confidence but unfortunately loses her footing on the same slippery spot.

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[Photo: Facebook]

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[Photo: Facebook]

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[Photo: Facebook]

She suddenly tumbles sideways, almost into the pack of front-row editors who reach their hands out to help her. Luckily the young model manages to regain her balance and swoops herself back onto the middle of the runway like business as usual. Well played.

The Facebook video has been streamed almost 45,000 times since it was uploaded early this morning and no doubt that number will continue to tick.

While it was certainly an embarrassing moment for the two models who fell – and no doubt for Mr Marc Jacobs – the women handled the slip ups like true pros. Werk!

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