Through his 16-year tenure at Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs has always had his women. Some designers keep their muses private, but Jacobs has always placed front and center the women who he finds inspirational, from American filmmaker Sofia Coppola, to Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen, to French...

Not only that, but he has proven skill at creating incredibly popular handbags, a category which is still Vuitton's bread and butter and likely will be for the foreseeable future, if not forever. That leaves Marc Jacobs, of course. He and LVMH head Bernard Arnault have gone out of their way...

Anticipating the Louis Vuitton/Marc Jacobs retrospective that was slated to open the evening of the show at Les Arts Décoratifs, the accessories were, not surprisingly, a tour de foce of Vuitton's illustrious luggage past, present and future. The porters found themselves toting the full...

At the occasion of the Montenapoleone store opening, Louis Vuitton pays tribute to the savoir-faire of its ready-to-wear collections and to the creativity of Marc Jacobs, Artistic Director of Louis Vuitton, with an exhibition curated by Katie Grand. Entitled: "Louis Vuitton: The Art of...

This morning at Louis Vuitton we were literally met with leathery black balloons hovering above the Carrousel du Louvre ⎯quite a contrast to some of the acid yellow python and orange patent handbags in the crowd. But the balloons were the first clue of what Marc Jacobs was about to deliver:...

Louis Vuitton I wasn't much of a fan of Marc Jacobs' last collection for Louis Vuitton, but this one was so whimsical and romantic, with beautiful eyelet, broderie anglaise lace and light-as-air feathers...it was hard not to love it...plus, there was a caroussel! How gorgeous is that? Kate...

. LVMH has decided to look in their own backyard and offer the position to the overwhelmingly successful Marc Jacobs. Whether he accepted or not, it is yet to be officially confirmed. However, a valuable hint that the Dior job is on the way is the LVMH organized retrospective exhibition to...

We all know that Marc Jacobs has made his grand exit from Louis Vuitton, and in just a couple of weeks' time, we'll see Nicolas Ghesquiere's much-anticipated debut for the legendary French house. In the meantime, though, let's take a moment to savor Jacobs' last contribution to the leather...

Marc Jacobs is officially remaining at Louis Vuitton, explaining he still has "so much more to do" at the Paris-based fashion house, and will not move to Christian Dior. Interviewed by The Telegraph, Jacobs readdressed past rumors that he would be replacing former head designer John Galliano...

He also talked about his decision to stay with Louis Vuitton, and walk away from the offer to replace John Galliano at Dior: "It's a great honour to be considered, and Mr. Arnault is a super intelligent man and a very smart man and it was certainly a very great honour for him to know that I...

 

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