what exactly? Dakota Fanning for Marc Jacobs Oh Lola Perfume looks like a statue. Lifeless, expressionless, on a pink background, wearing a lovely lace dress. And the oversize Oh Lola perfume bottle between her legs. That's really a classy pose! It's like a 4yo was trying to make a Tom Ford...

Tut tut, looks like Marc Jacobs should sit on the naughty step, as he has apparently used two underage models – 14-year-old Thairine Garcia and 15-year-old Ondria Hardin of Ford models – in his autumn/winter 2012 show during New York Fashion Week. "I do the show the way I think it should be...

Tom Ford, Raf Simons and Yves Saint Laurent have a new home Leave Your Marc The Class of 86 – Parson's School of Design. The Backpack is Back! Comments 5 Responses to "Marc Jacob plays with fetish chambermaids for Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 11" Trackbacks Check out what others are...

Tom Hank's wife Rita Wilson, penned Ford's profile and praises the designer for his elegance, vision and his kindness. "Thomas Carlyle Ford. Even his given name reflects the elegance with which it would become synonymous. The world knows him as the designer who brought sexy back in the...

• Here are Dakota Fanning's new ads for the Marc Jacobs fragrance "Lola." HAIR • You don't need to worry about the shortage of those long feathers for your hair (or the fact that roosters are being killed just for them) anymore, because Ke$ ha knows someone who uses only recycled...

There wasn't even a chance for a sneaky peek at the clothes in advance of the publication of the images shown here because Ford banned the audience from taking pictures. Ford's closed door approach to publicising his collection is the opposite to Marc Jacobs, who welcomes all comers. Marc...

There's Something About Kerry – "Scandal" star Kerry Washington graces the June cover of , wearing a cardigan and shorts look from Marc Jacobs. Inside the magazine, the American actress poses for Horst Diekgerdes in the stylish designs of Giambattista Valli, Giorgio Armani and Tom Ford amongst...

br> In a tongue-in-cheek reference to the unknown thief (or thieves) who stole his Spring collection samples, Marc Jacobs posted a wanted sign in the window of his Mercer street store. The sign cleverly points out the fact that no one has been able to determine who stole the 46-piece line,...

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And over a year ago, Marc Jacobs downsized his fashion show invites from 1,400 to 500. But after Tom Ford trumpeted the merits of an intimate show last fashion week, some think a change toward smaller shows is in the air. "He shook up the industry," said Paul Wilmot, a fashion publicist...

 

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