and silk-blend scarf A beautifully soft choice, wear this Marc Jacobs scarf to add a fresh touch to crisp pastels. Nothing can brighten your new-season wardrobe better than the cheerful print of Marc by Marc Jacobs' daisy-covered wool and silk-blend scarf. 70% wool, 30% silk Dry...

For Spring 2013, Marc Jacobs didn't imagine a woman in flow'ry prints, prancing about in air, fluttering frocks. Instead, Jacobs imagines a woman whose brand of femininity is a little less dainty, and certainly more commanding. The designer delivered a pop-art inspired collection, giving us a...

Moritz to attend a very intimate event at Galerie Gmurzynska for the exhibition opening of a new unique work by Karl Lagerfeld, in a brand new medium: "FIRE ETCHINGS"; forming the artist's answer to contemporary portraiture. As I knew that Karl Lagerfeld would be present, there was no...

For his spring 2011 collection, Marc Jacobs took inspiration from the luxe 1970s-era looks of Yves Saint Laurent, as well as the New York Dolls and 1976′s Taxi Driver. The result? A swirling mix of bright color and bold prints with a bohemian-meets-disco vibe. We unconditionally loved the...

Franco-German network Arte is showing a Karl Lagerfeld documentary marathon throughout Paris Fashion Week! ~ WWD It's a fashion emergency that has caused Marc Jacobs to delay his New York runway show! ~ Racked Style setters including Sophie Dahl, Holly Fulton and Rita Ora, doodle for...

suggestively titles "Saint – Tropez" should have more negative impact on Chanel's head designer's reputation rather than highlighting his excellent taste. Actually, this song fits right into the Chanel Cruise 2013 picture – I still don't know if I should laugh or cry! How. Is. This. Even....

Olivier Theyskens as Lewis Carroll Tom Ford as The White Rabbit Marc Jacobs as the Caterpillar Karl Lagerfeld as the Duchess (?) Jean Paul Gaultier as the Cheshire Cat Viktor & Rolf as Twedledee and Tweedledum Christian Lacroix as the March Hare (left: Stephen Jones as the Mad...

(Perhaps you'd like to listen as you read this review?) Marc Jacobs Bang Bang was released in August, and compared to the splashy debut of Bang, didn't even merit a drum-roll, let alone a double-bang. I've seen no Bang Bang advertisements in magazines and the fragrance seems to be available...

Book Review: The Beautiful Fall: Lagerfeld, Saint Laurent, and Glorious Excess in 1970s Paris My friend Serge Jean lent me this book a few months ago given that my next novel will take place in the world of Paris fashion. It took me some time to get to it, but once I started reading, I...

 

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