Photo by Lexie Moreland
The winner, selected by WWD editors, will be published Dec. 16.
COMPANY: Marc Jacobs
NEWS THIS YEAR: The carousel was black. The fountain, escalators, elevator and fantastical feathered showgirl headdresses were all black. So was the clock, reimagined from Louis Vuitton’s fall 2012 train-themed show. At the stroke of 10 a.m. on Oct. 2, its hands ticked backward for several minutes, after which Marc Jacobs’ brilliant tenure at Vuitton was over.
Although neither conceived nor intended as his last show for the house, Jacobs’ spring extravaganza for Louis Vuitton put stunning punctuation on his 16-year reign as creative director. With unfailing commitment to fashion, Jacobs transformed Vuitton from a tony, dusty luggage giant into a vibrant fashion brand with major resonance around the globe. Along the way, he pioneered the fashion-art fusion by conspiring boldly with some of the art world’s major names — Stephen Sprouse, Richard Prince, Takashi Murakami — in now legendary collaborations. For More
The “brown bag” clutch
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I want this hair again.
high-speed photographs of ink dropped into water.
obsessed with this one
Photos by Stéphane Feugère
The designer created 75 art pieces for dramatic display at his Chanel show at Paris’ Grand Palais. For More
Marc Jacobs’ final show for Louis Vuitton returned to where it all began: Stephen Sprouse. See more of our favorite looks from Paris here.
Amazing. I’m sad.
Boys in BOOKS are so much better
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One of my favs