The Spring/Summer 2017 ready-to-wear shows have wrapped, and it is time to examine the key trends as seen on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris.
The final show of New York Fashion Week proved to be a showstopper thanks to Marc Jacobs.
As far as the autumn/winter 2016-2017 ready-to-wear and accessories campaigns go, the tease is definitely on.
Not one to miss an opportunity for prints, prints and more prints, the Marc Jacobs gave us more reasons to love his fearless nature and creativity.
We know Fashion Week has been over for more than a week but we just had to share with the models to look out for.
Find out the beauty trends to look out for next season by referencing the most striking and popular looks at fashion week.
Fashion giants Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren close New York Fashion Week before grand finale by Marc Jacobs.
Major Tom to Ground Control, we want an encore. Lady Gaga channels Ziggy Stardust, with a little help from Marc Jacobs, at the Grammy Awards.
Keen eyes watching the runways have noticed a trend in the “It” look of the season
This season Marc Jacobs evokes a playful spirit of adventure with a 2015-16 A/W collection for kids aged 0-14 inspired by the world of the circus.
Marc by Marc Jacobs has joined forces with Walt Disney for a new range of merchandise to accompany the upcoming film “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”
Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis and his seven-year-old son Everly Bear have landed a spot in Marc Jacobs’ newest campaign.
Willow Smith appears in the next fall ad campaign for Marc Jacobs.
Music icon Cher is the face of Marc Jacobs’ fall-winter 2015 campaign.
Fashion line Marc by Marc Jacobs will soon be discontinued and absorbed into the designer’s principal line, according to reports.
Marc Jacobs has offered a first glimpse at his new Spring/Summer campaign which will appear in full in magazines in January 2015.
Next weekend, shoppers in the British capital will be able to purchase the Marc Jacobs’ fragrance products without paying a single penny!
From Sofia Coppola to Gisele Bündchen, Marc Jacobs’ muses talk bags for Louis Vuitton.
A new Marc Jacobs pop-up shop will accept Twitter and Instagram posts instead of money.
Marc Jacobs has picked Miley Cyrus as the face of his Spring-Summer 2014 advertising campaign.