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2 Nov

Adwoa Aboah Is The Newest Face Of Marc Jacobs Beauty


Model and activist Adwoa Aboah has just been named the newest face of Marc Jacobs Beauty for 2018. Aboah will join the ranks of fellow Marc Jacobs Beauty ambassadors like Kaia Gerber, Winona Ryder, and Edie Campbell.
Jacobs and Aboah have a history and this is not the first time Marc Jacobs and Aboah have worked together. “Marc gave me my first fashion show in New York City,” said Aboah. “It was a dream come true and from that point on, he has been one of my biggest supporters.”
You can see the first images of the 2018 campaign photographed by David Sims below, with the rest of the images debuting in-store and on all Marc Jacobs media platforms beginning in late 2017.

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17 Oct

Kaia Gerber Rocks The Ultimate Fall Mauve Lip In The Best Beauty Look Of The Week

After dominating her first fashion season taking over the runways of Marc Jacobs in New York to walking alongside her mother, Cindy Crawford at the Versace show, Kaia Gerber has solidified her spot as fashion's newest It Girl. And along with her supermodel genes, Gerber's effortless beauty style with her radiant skin and tousled waves is the total embodiment of natural glam. This week attending a taping of model Karlie Kloss' new talk show, Movie Night With Karlie Kloss, Gerber stepped out with sleek, middle parted waves styled by hairstylist Laura Polko, and a subtle taupe smokey, with bronzed cheekbones and a dreamy mauve lip by makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani. At only 16 years old, Gerber has taken on her own signature look, sticking to a minimalist theme of bronzed,...
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15 Sep

Can Wearing an XXL Hat Supersize Your Self-Esteem?

Writer in own jeans, t-shirt, Aquilano Rimondi jacket and Marc Jacobs hat
Photographed by Dan Roberts
Writer in own jeans, t-shirt, Aquilano Rimondi jacket and Marc Jacobs hat Photographed by Dan Roberts
Can’t-miss-them hats were a beacon trend for Fall 2017: Prada whipped up exaggerated knit conductor caps; leather baseball caps at Coach received a gnomish fur treatment; there was even a Kentucky Derby number at Miu Miu that appeared to be spun out of green cotton candy. And sure, the bold headgear is packed full of funk and fun when elevated on the runway, but I wanted to know: Can the outré hats cut it on the street? I started off with a puffed-up camel newsboy cap from Marc Jacobs—it seemed the most approachable, and Jacobs’s sidewalk-stage runway convinced me that the hat could be worn in real life. My colleagues said I looked like a mushroom—no, wait,...
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14 Sep

The Nails At Marc Jacobs Were Inspired By An Old, Overgrown Gel Mani


What's old is new again. In the case of the Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 show, that means an old gel manicure. Never one to shy away from a weird beauty moment, Marc Jacobs sent his models down the runway wearing a manicure that was meant to mimic the look of a grown-out gel manicure: glossy and shiny nails with a bit of noticeable blank space left down by the cuticle.

Cat-eyes and clementine-colored nails @marcjacobs by @diane.kendal and @jinsoonchoi on @cisforcarissa @dara._ and more. Hair by @guidopalau. #nyfw #marcjacobs
Amber Kallor(@amber.kallor)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 9월 13 오후 3:42 PDT

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Not all the models even had their nails visible since many were styled wearing gloves or ultra-long sleeves (yes, for...
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28 Aug

Marc Jacobs’ Nails The ’90s Hip Hop Vibe With His Latest Film

Hollywood releases blockbusters over the summer. Fashion releases the Fall campaigns. This week’s major offering is a new visual experience from Marc Jacobs. Directed by Jesse Jenkins, the clip features models Alek Wek, Natalie Westling, Slick Woods, Kiki Willems, and more all quietly posing to the tune of “Tomboy” by Princess Nokia. The commercial acts as a continuation of the still photos shot by David Hughes that were released earlier this month. Overall it’s a rather subdued campaign by Jacobs standards, who in past years has had major image rollouts for his star-studded fall promotions. But it’s not like he needed to go the extra mile to bring eyes on his work this year, as this season was a big hit among...
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9 Jun

Five Fantasy Fashion Holidays

The fashion calendar dictates that Autumn/Winter collections hit stores in the deep summer months, leaving plenty of opportunity for those coveted new styles to work their way into your suitcase this holiday season. With July just around the corner, that time has almost come, and whilst chunky knitwear and heavyweight fabrications aren’t necessarily suitable for that beach break in Alicante, there will always be pieces that are – look no further than Balenciaga’s skimpy floral A/W17 dresses as a case in point. With this in mind, we turned to this season’s runways to picture where the muses behind the collections might have travelled for their own holidays. From Raf Simons’ debut at Calvin Klein, where the Belgian designer paid homage to the...
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20 Feb

After Balenciaga And Marc Jacobs, Logo Nails Are Trending Again


As long as nail polish and designer logos have coexisted, women have been painting them on their nails. Still a staple of street culture, the trend has infiltrated the runways several times in recent years. But with the rise of athleisure in fashion, and as our preference for nail art has shifted toward the clean and graphic, logo nails have begun popping up once again in designer collections—and on the well-manicured tips of some of our favorite celebrities. It's an inexpensive and artful way to display your love for your favorite brands—even if it may not be totally legal. But isn't that half the fun?

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Marc Jacobs Beauty(@marcbeauty)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 2월 16 오후 3:33 PST

Manicurist Jin Soon was...
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17 Feb

Marc Jacobs Asks Show Guests Not To Post On Social Media

NYFW wrapped up tonight, with Marc Jacobs putting on an uncharacteristically silent and supposedly social-media free show. In a large hall with a runway marked out by two long rows of chairs, models like Winnie Harlow and Natalie Westling walked out to the sound of their own feet against echoing against the wooden floor. It caused initial looks of bewilderment, but with the show notes in mind, it all gradually clicked into place. “Respect” was the word Jacobs used to open these, and this silence – particularly in contrast to last season’s bombastic controversy-causing rave – became a conscious decision to make it about the clothes themselves, which the designer intended as a tribute to hip-hop as “the poignant and pivotal cultural movement...
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17 Feb

Everything That Happened At Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2017 Show

Marc Jacobs just showed his latest collection, full of dressed-up sportswear inspired by hip hop, for fall 2017. Jacobs wrote in the show notes: Respect Several months ago I watched a documentary called, "Hip-Hop Evolution." The 4-part series chronicles the poignant and pivotal cultural movement that reshaped and redefined the landscape of music, which gave way to a whole new language of style. As a born and bred New Yorker, it was during my time at the High School of Art and Design when I began to see and feel the influence of hip-hop on other music as well as art and style. This collection is my representation of the well-studied dressing up of casual sportswear. It is an acknowledgement and gesture of...
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26 Jan

Frances Bean Cobain Stars In Marc Jacobs’s Spring 2017 Campaign


We can always count on Marc Jacobs for a star-studded fashion campaign and it looks like the brand's Spring 2017 ads will be no exception.
Jacobs took to Instagram to unveil the first face of his spring campaign: Frances Bean Cobain. This marks the first ever fashion gig and modeling debut for the daughter of Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain.

"I first met Frances Bean when she was 2 years old at a dinner with her mom (Courtney) and Anna Sui in 1994 at Bar Six in NYC. I have always wanted to work with Frances. Her beauty, uniqueness, and strength is something I have long admired and respected. Few things remain as constant as my continued inspiration from those...
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