"I have, like, so many. A crazy amount. As soon as I was buying nice stuff, it was Marc," added Ricci.
Jacobs' show featured a series of eclectic looks that included wool dresses, soft pink pantsuits, furs and items with embroidered flowers.
"What I see in the street now doesn't interest me," the designer told reporters backstage after the show. "I am so tired of street-style looks."
Francois Nars, of Nars, was responsible for the models' makeup during the show, and said the collection was based in the legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland.
"The idea of a really strong woman, really sophisticated like the swans of the '50s and '60s," he said.