Marc Jacobs is an American fashion designer known for his various Marc Jacobs fashion lines. In 1986, Jacobs designed the first collection for his own label. He is the head designer for his brands which have more than 200 stores in 80 countries. He has also been the creative director for Louis Vuitton since 1997.
After 30 years Marc Jacobs continues to unabashedly shape the boundaries of American fashion. The indefinable characteristics of his namesake label are the result of a certain unique, uncommonly frank and brilliantly outspoken perspective.
Marc continues to explore the beauty in the unexpected and convey the luxury that exists in the everyday. At the core of the company’s values is his belief that we are each the star of our own movie, and through the joy of the ritual of fashion, makeup and fragrance, we can help further define our individuality and personality.
Marc Jacobs continues to offer fashion and accessories through a broad spectrum of accessibility without compromising honesty and integrity.
The Story of Marc Jacobs:
Marc Jacobs Quotes:
“We don’t design by calculator or by demographics or anything like that. We really are a group of creative, sensitive people. We have our charmed little world where we get to make things. We’re really lucky.”
“I don’t want to sound too silly or pretentious about this, but, you know, I love being in Paris. I love working at Louis Vuitton. I love fashion. That’s why I do it. No one’s forcing me to do this. And nobody forces anyone to buy it. It’s a real love affair.”
“When you see a fashion show, you see those seven minutes of what was six months of tedious work of, you know, going up an inch and down an inch, changing it from one shade of red to another shade of red. So it’s the same as any creative process. The result is what we see, but the process is really labor intensive and work.”
“To me, beauty and makeup and color is like the finishing touch on everything.”
“I don’t love Photoshop; I like imperfection. It doesn’t mean ugly. I love a girl with a gap between her teeth, versus perfect white veneers. Perfection is just… boring. Perfect is what’s natural or real; that is beauty.”
“The red carpet doesn’t interest me. I think people become all the same; it’s like everyone posing from the three-quarter angle in some low-cut, fitted dress; it’s all the same.”
Originally posted 2016-09-09 17:44:19. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
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