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...

contracts at Louis Vuitton, Duffy confirms . But he doesn't expect there to be any problems: "It's just starting but, I mean, we both want to stay. I don't think that's any secret. When two people want to renew their vows, they do it usually." It sounds like the feeling is mutual from Louis...

< WWD > Speaking of Jacobs, his contract is coming up for renewal at Vuitton (where Duffy, incidentally, says he and Jacobs are both very happy and hoping to stay). And according to LVMH's Bernard Arnault, Vuitton is where he's meant to be. The businessman spoke to Asian Tatler about his...

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:...

, our Dior insider has stated that "Marc Jacobs is indeed the new creative head." Dior has been without a leader since March, when the disgraced designer John Galliano was sacked due to racist and anti-Semitic remarks. "Jacobs is a better fit, regardless," added our Paris-based contact. LVMH's...

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...

You know the word on the fashstreet is that Marc Jacobs is packing his Louis Vuitton cases and heading up to Dior. The house of Christian Dior, leaved without head designer after the Galliano scandal, was courting various designers for a while. LVMH has decided to look in their own backyard...

The Brazilian website Glamurama claims to have spoken to sources close to Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH, and gleaned the gossip that super-designer Marc Jacobs is hotly tipped to leave his position at Louis Vuitton to become creative director of Christian Dior There's been an awful...

 

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