Jessica Lange for Marc–From Miley to now, “American Horror Story” actress Jessica Lange, Marc Jacobs is getting an interesting roster of spokespersons as he moves on to the next phase of his brand. Lange stars in the new beauty campaign for Marc Jacobs photographed by David Sims (who also shot Miley’s spring ads)–an unexpected choice considering cosmetics’ leanings to young models and actresses. At 64 years old, Jessica looks better than ever wearing a pensive expression in the moodily shot images.
Marc Jacobs Fall 2014–Closing New York Fashion Week, Marc Jacobs gave a thoughtfully minimal outing for his fall-winter 2014 collection which marked his first season since his Louis Vuitton departure. While last season showcased dark colors for spring, fall was all about dreamy shades of cream, tan, light blue and lilac sometimes with color blocking or gradient patterns. Models walked the runway in matching short bobs with headbands covering the blunt hairstyle. The Marc Jacobs woman embraced an almost minimal aesthetic for the season sporting long tunics (short and long-sleeved), chiffon ruffle-adorned gowns and bomber jackets to finish the look. Sequin-adorned dresses topped over cropped trousers exude a 1960s vibe as did much of the collection.
While Miley Cyrus’ new Marc Jacobs campaign seems to have some polarizing reactions, one person who didn’t want to work with the “Wrecking Ball” singer is photographer Juergen Teller. The German creative has shot Marc Jacobs’ campaigns since the late 90s, and you may have noticed that the new spring 2014 advertisements were lensed by David Sims.
Jacobs told WWD, “I have worked with Juergen for years and love him as an artist..He just didn’t want to shoot her.” The American designer goes on to praise Cyrus though. “We all just love her and her entire being, her energy, her talent, her intelligence, everything.”
Miley Gets Moody for Marc Jacobs – The spring-summer 2014 campaign from Marc Jacobs enlists the much buzzed about singer Miley Cyrus. The collaboration seemed to be in the works for awhile since the starlet wore Jacobs at the Met Gala last year among other events. In the image, Miley is shown posing on a dark beach setting looking sullen in an embellished shirt and bermuda shorts. After seeing Lady Gaga for Versace and Rihanna for Balmain; the spring campaign season seems to be the return of the celebrity.
Marc Jacobs Fall Sale – Getting an early start on sale season, Marc Jacobs is marking all fall 2013 items at 70% off. From clothing to accessories; all fall-winter pieces are on sale. The discount applies when you checkout. In addition, any purchase over $50 is available for free shipping for a limited time. Shop the sale at MarcJacobs.com
Last week, designer Marc Jacobs did a talk curated by The Architecture Foundation at the Tate Modern. Talking with architect Peter Marino, the former Louis Vuitton creative director was quite candid about his departure and what he sees for his future. We picked out some choice quotes below, but you can read more on DazedDigital.com.
On his successor at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière:
“I’ve always admired Nicolas. You know, I’m curious to see what he’ll do you. I mean we have such different aesthetics…But I think things need change, they just don’t stay the same. I’m just really glad that somebody who I really respect and admire and I think is a great talent is there. I’m just curious to see what he does.”
Marc’s Playboy Shirt – Celebrating Playboy’s 60th anniversary issue starring Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs has now produced a special t-shirt featuring the supermodel in a perfect bunny pose. Harper’s Bazaar UK reports that the in addition to the shirt, Jacobs will also have available a special Playboy book featuring the 18-page shoot lensed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott as well as posters and other merchandise. And the great thing about it is that all proceeds will go directly to the amFAR organization. The book will be available on December 6th, but you can shop the shirt now on MarcJacobs.com.
Marc Jacobs for CFDA Journal 2013 / Photo by Peter Lindbergh
Marc Jacobs’ highly publicized exit from Louis Vuitton made headlines last month, and now the American designer has talked to WWD about his future plans after serving as the creative director of the French fashion house for sixteen years. Jacobs opens up about the work to take his namesake company public on the stock market, what makes a brand successful and discusses female designers in fashion. Here are some highlights from the interview, and you can read the full article on WWD.com.
On female designers in fashion:
“Throughout history, the best designers and the ones who have made the biggest difference and the longest-lasting difference in fashion are women. Miuccia Prada, Rei Kawakubo, Madeleine Vionnet, Elsa Schiaparelli, Madame Grès, Chanel, Westwood.”
Miley Shines in MJ – Singer Miley Cyrus took on the metallic trend at yesterday’s 2013 Night of Stars Event held in New York City. The blonde star was dressed in a Marc Jacobs gown adorned with sequins from the American designer’s fall 2013 collection. Miley is definitely fan of Jacobs; the “Wrecking Ball” singer also wore the designer at the Met Gala earlier this year.
LV and Marc – The last show of Louis Vuitton under Marc Jacobs was shown on Wednesday during the final day of Paris Fashion Week spring/summer 2014. After sixteen years as creative director of the brand, Marc’s vision for the luxury label has been ever changing. Check out our list of Marc’s top runway shows and campaigns for Louis Vuitton throughout the years!