Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2013
Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2013 secondary line is clearly all about fun.
Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2013 secondary line is clearly all about fun. The collection is pretty jazzy and easy-going, appealing to a younger audience. It’s something of a full-on assault on the senses, but it all comes together in a bold, colourful statement.
As well as designing for his namesake brands – Marc and Marc Jacobs, Jacobs has also been the creative director oat Louis Vuitton since 1997.
The Marc Jacobs Collection, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Little Marc, a children’s line, and various ready-to-wear and accessory collections are widely available at more than 200 retail stores in 80 countries around the globe.
Marc Jacobs also has an extensive perfume collection, including “Daisy”, “Lola”, “Oh, Lola”, and Bang. Marc Jacobs’ newest perfume line is called “Dot” and was released in the summer.
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