If you are a registered user, please enter your email and password.
- Enjoy 10% off your first purchase
- Save credit card details for faster shopping
- Manage your order history
- Create your wishlist
the cart is empty
Your browser currently is not set to accept Cookies. Please turn it on or check if you have another program set to block cookies.
Marc Jacobs has been a leading player in the fashion industry for over thirty years. Nominated as student designer of the year in 1984 by the prestigious New York design institute Parsons, Marc Jacobs’ career began when Bill Cunningham photographed his sweatshirts created in collaboration with the upscale boutique Charivari. His eponymous first collection dates back to 1986, and from here, Jacobs embarked on his journey into a universe that was already familiar to him. Starting off at Perry Ellis, he soon went solo in 1994 with a debut show whose line up included Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista. 1997 marks a further turning point in the designer's career – he was appointed creative director of Louis Vuitton, where he remained until 2013. Jacobs is controversial in his private life, but genius in the professional sphere – one that turned an act of vandalism – by the artist Kidult on the brand’s SoHo store – into a t-shirt worth $680. Clever collaborations, the right social circles, and a jump into cinema (such as the costume and suitcase design in The Darjeeling Limited by Wes Anderson), led to Marc Jacobs’ entry into the Business of Fashion’s Hall of Fame.