• Caroline de Maigret at Bookmarc NY

    Oct 29, 2014 6:00:00 pm at Bookmarc NY

    Caroline de Maigret at Bookmarc NY

    Please join us in celebrating "How To Be A Parisian Wherever You Are" with Caroline de Maigret at Bookmarc NY!
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  • Echo Home: Jamie Hince Photography at Bookmarc LA

    Nov 1, 2014 4:00:00 pm at Bookmarc LA

    Echo Home: Jamie Hince Photography at Bookmarc LA

    Please join us for a champagne reception for Echo Home: Photography by Jamie Hince.
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  • Cathy Horyn at Bookmarc NY

    Nov 13, 2014 6:00:00 pm at Bookmarc NY

    Cathy Horyn at Bookmarc NY

    Please join us in celebrating "Joe Eula: Master of Twentieth-Century Fashion Illustration" with Cathy Horyn at Bookmarc NY!
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  • MARC JACOBS ON LOUIS VUITTON, PORN STARS AND GOING ON GRINDR VIA PAPER MAG

    Oct 7, 2014

    Reviews & Gossip

    MARC JACOBS ON LOUIS VUITTON, PORN STARS AND GOING ON GRINDR VIA PAPER MAG

    Interview by Mickey Boardman / portrait by Richard Phibbs

    In my kitchen I have a framed cutout from a 1989 issue of Vanity Fair. It's a Steven Meisel photo of designer Marc Jacobs, then a longhaired darling of the fashion world, nude in bed save for a pair of black motorcycle boots. Yes, I was a fan.
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  • Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via Style.com

    Sep 11, 2014

    Reviews & Gossip

    Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via Style.com

    By Nicole Phelps

    For a while now people have been saying that the traditional runway show needs a rethink, and yet the calendar just keeps getting more crowded. Leave it to Marc Jacobs to give a new twist to an old form. In a New York fashion week first, Jacobs partnered with Beats by Dre, who provided headphones for every guest. Without them you couldn't hear the vocal narrative that record producer Steve Mackey (the husband of Jacobs' stylist, Katie Grand) conceived with the designer to accompany the show. "The idea was to put everybody in their own world," Jacobs said backstage of the immersive experience. "It's what you make of it." As for the narrative itself, apparently the idea came from a 1976 short film by John Smith called The Girl Chewing Gum. Google it.
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  • Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via Vogue

    Sep 11, 2014

    Reviews & Gossip

    Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via Vogue

    By Hamish Bowles

    Truth be told, I’m still feeling a little trippy after the Marc Jacobs Experience, otherwise known as his spring 2015 show. There we were, in the Uptown Park Avenue Armory, in the cavernous Drill Hall, recently transformed into the moody moors of Cawdor for Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh’s visceral production of Macbeth, and into an austere backdrop for Robert Wilson’s staging of Marina Abramović’s “funeral” (The Life and Death of Marina Abramović, happily starring the very much alive durational artist).
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  • Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via WWD

    Sep 11, 2014

    Reviews & Gossip

    Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via WWD

    The house was bubble-gum pink. The narration heard through Dr. Dre headphones was based on a 1976 short film, “The Girl Chewing Gum.” Coincidence? Most likely. In describing the gigantic three-wing house he commissioned as the centerpiece of his spring collection, Marc Jacobs likened the facade’s hue to Pepto-Bismol.
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  • Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via i-D

    Sep 11, 2014

    Reviews & Gossip

    Review: Marc Jacobs SS15 via i-D

    Editors scurried to their seats at last night’s Marc Jacobs show at six on the nose, their heels crunching across the hot pink gravel surrounding a massive pink cartoon house. Anticipation was high for Marc’s first spring/summer show since leaving Vuitton to concentrate on his own line, and the individual Beats by Dre headphones at each seat added to the buzz.
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