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May 11, 2008 | Erin Weinger, Times Staff Writer
Marc JACOBS is quite the prankster. In September, the spirited designer staged his runway show in reverse. Then he designed a Louis Vuitton bag covered in bad jokes. Now, Jacobs is trying to pull a fast one by selling two nearly identical floral rings that come with one big difference -- a whopping $875 price gap. The oversized poppy design comes in two versions. One is from Jacobs' high-end collection ($907), while the other is from his mass Marc by Marc Jacobs line ($32).
March 18, 2002
Perhaps I missed the announcement for the new cars last year, but did car makers decide to stop including ashtrays as standard features? Or do L.A. smokers just prefer to litter? Marc Jacobs Burbank
February 7, 2003 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
In the media maelstrom surrounding the shoplifting trial of film star Winona Ryder, the sweetly demure Marc Jacobs coats and dresses the actress wore in court were as oft remarked on as her defense. And now, it looks like the actress' wardrobe tactics have paid off. Ryder is appearing in Jacobs' spring advertising campaign, which was shot by lensman Juergen Teller at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont. Jacobs, who presents his fall collection in New York on Monday, was unavailable for comment.
September 30, 2007 | Emili Vesilind and Melissa Magsaysay
IF Hilary Duff was out of breath, then no wonder. With a black beanie pulled low over her newly browned locks, she breezed into St. Vibiana's just as the lights on the Marc by Marc Jacobs show went down. It had to have been a quick drive downtown from the Chanel party in Beverly Hills, but you do what you have to do when your calendar is crowded with celebrity-studded, cross-town events. On Sept. 20, two labels with cult-like followings held major L.A. fashion bashes.
March 3, 2013 | By Ingrid Schmidt
In sync with the '60s spirit in fashion, eye makeup is going Mod. Think shadows in bold Pop art brights, feathered liner, mega lashes and graphic brows. Makeup artist Fran├žois Nars channeled the signature look of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol's muse and one of the era's style icons, at the Marc Jacobs spring fashion show. Anchored by strong brows, dramatic eyes were the focal point, punched up with dark liner and loads of mascara for a spidery-lashed look without false lashes. "Adding a darker shade to the [lower rim]
March 6, 2013 | By Booth Moore
PARIS -- With a runway in the round surrounded by closed doors, Naomi Watts, Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Olsen, Lily Collins and the rest of the fashion crowd waited to see what surprise Marc Jacobs had in store for the fall 2013 Louis Vuitton show held Wednesday, the final day of Paris Fashion Week. The inspiration: A focus on materials and surface details redolent of the boudoir, according to the show notes. "An attitude of getting dressed up only to find the most glamorous destination is one's own hotel room.
February 12, 2014 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
"You Bug Me. " That's was the phrase emblazoned across the front of a sweater in Vera Wang's moody fall 2014 collection. It was definitely one of my favorite statement sweaters in a season of many. Wang's collection is always darkly romantic, but this season it also had some humor, which was refreshing to see from the designer. She hit on a lot of the season's trends, with enveloping wool cloaks and coats, and chunky knits worn over cropped full-legged pants or floaty chiffon blouses, dresses and drawstring pants.
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