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Previews of the new issue of Man About Town magazine have been unveiled and one of the highlights is by far this image of a (once again) naked Marc Jacobs by Pierre et Gilles. Issue #11 is the “Not Thinking Straight — The Gay Issue” and features Mykki Blanco (under the cut), Richard Buckley, Inez & Vinoodh, LE1F, Matt Lucas, Ian McKellen, Alasdair McLellan, Pet Shop Boys and the boyfriends of five a-list designers who speak out for the first time.
Check out the image of Marc below along with the preview video for the issue. M/M #11 is available now.
Marc Jacobs has just unveiled a hugely camp and somewhat amazing short film ‘Train In Vain’ to support the launch of the Marc Jacobs Boxing Glove Necklaces. Set in NY, London and Paris, i.e. three phases for three designs – Gold, Silver, & Bronze, all available at marcjacobs.com.
KARLISMYUNKLE teamed up with fashion illustrator extraordinaire Achraf Amiri to create a set of illustrations featuring some of the fashion highlights from SS13 in New York and London. Here they are, featuring Bora Aksu, Fyodor Golan, John Rocha (London) and Hérve Léger, Alexander Wang, Victoria Beckham, Theyskens Theory and Marc Jacobs (New York). See under the cut for a special illustration of Jeremy Scott’s “Face Swim Suit”.
Gaga for Vogue 2.0 has arrived. This time shot by Mert & Marcus and styled by Grace Coddington to support the launch of her fragrance, FAME. It’s unlikely that she will get another Vogue cover during the promo period for ARTPOP, but this feels right for the scent. The dress is by Marc Jacobs and the hat by Steven Klein. It’s not like she will need it for the album, every other magazine cover in the world should suffice. This one definitely trumps the last US Vogue cover she did shot by Mario Testino.
This is what the Vogue cover is supposed to look like. Definitely less RuPaul realness. The version released on Little Monsters looks like the RVB for screen/digital version, so the colouration is all off, i.e. purple skin. The newsstand version is MUCH better. Proof in point speaking from personal experience below. The set of Karl Lagerfeld bottles on the left are the RVB version and the ones on the right are the real colour versions.
The long-awaited issue of Industrie magazine featuring Marc Jacobs in drag is finally here. I shared the cover with you last year, but here’s the full spread.
The 32-year-old Victoria’s Secret babe, Marisa Miller, has followed in the steps of predecessors Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Victoria Beckham and Helena Christensen and has stripped naked for Marc Jacobs’ latest edition of “Protect the skin you’re in” t-shirts, part of the skin cancer awareness campaign.
T-shirts will be sold at Marc Jacobs’ boutiques with proceeds benefiting the NYU Cancer Institute.
Generally in life, I’m that annoying person who, at any opportune moment, yells “VIOLENCE ISN’T THE ANSWER!” – this time around, it absolutely is.
The freshly released (and wonderfully cruel) collection by handmade t-shirt brand Better Off Dead celebrates brutality at its finest, with garments featuring Uncle Karl proudly brandishing a sacrificial rams head (having first hacked Anna Wintour’s intestines from her body, naturally.)
Likewise, Marc Jacobs is depicted covered in Stephen Sprouse-esque Louis Vuitton scrawls while carrying a bag of body parts. With any luck, they’re Victoria Beckham’s after that flop of an ad campaign for the Marc Jacobs brand – after all, the bag is small enough. A nice sharp machete is also attached to the outside of the hold-all just in case bitch’s cadaver tries to make a run for it.
Other prints include the Louis Vuitton monogram made from bones, a model on the Dior catwalk carrying a machete (entitled Dieor) and a beheaded-horse reproduction of the Hermés logo.
You can shop the entire Better off Dead collection by clicking here.