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Despite all of the usual excitement, this past Paris Fashion Week was flavored with a bittersweetness felt by all fashion fans. Though theatrics could always be expected at Louis Vuitton, the Spring/Summer 2014 show was especially awe-inspiring and slightly heart-wrenching, as it marked Marc Jacobs' final collection as creative director of the brand. The blackout set and wistful music were at once both magical and somber, as Jacobs took guests on a darkened trip down memory lane, recreating some of the brand's most iconic moments during his tenure. Undoubtedly, the crowd's subsequent standing ovation was not only for the show, but for his impressive 16-year-run. As a toast to one of our favorite fashion relationships, we've rounded up Marc's most memorable moments at Louis Vuitton.
Recently, the fight for marriage equality has been a particularly hot button issue in France. Politicians have been debating the President's proposed bill for weeks. From French Elle's "Marriage for all!" issue to Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel couture finale with two bride, check out how the fashion world is getting involved. MoreĀ»
Leonardo da Vinci's latest exhibition, "The Saint Anne, Leonardo da Vinci's Ultimate Masterpiece,ā has been on display at the Louvre from March 29 and will last until June 25. The exhibit memorializes da Vinci's recently restored oil painting on wood, "The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne" (1503-1519). MoreĀ»
Ever stuck wandering through the makeup aisles in Sephora, with little idea of what goes well with your outfit? Well L'Oreal Paris has come up with a solution for any occasion. This fun new app allows you to take a snapshot of your clothes and find the right shades of makeup to match, blend, or clash with your fashion number. It even asks whether your outfit is for nighttime or daytime. MoreĀ»
Cannes Film Festival 2012 has kicked off in France, and besides watching the best and the brightest soon-to-be released films, the red carpet looks aren't too shabby to look at either. From pastels to over the top detailing, click through to see some of the trends already appearing this year... MoreĀ»
Karl Lagerfeld is known for producing over-the-top fashion shows, and it seemed unlikely that he could ever top his Fall/Winter 2010 show in Paris, during which models strutted down a runway made entirely of ice. But the eccentric Chanel designer has surprised us once again, this time bringing his 2013 Cruise Collection to the birthplace of opulence, Versailles.
The collection, which featured ruffled tulle sleeves and gold platform sneakers, put a modern twist on the chateau's royal past. MoreĀ»
There's no rest for designer Marc Jacobs this spring. Days after he made headlines for allegedly not paying his models (they are paid in trade, not money, he clarified via twitter), Marc Jacobs is back in the news-- but this time for a less scandalous affair. Opening today in Paris at the Musee d'Arts Decoratifs, the 'Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs Exhibit' will showcase 150 years of Louis Vuitton history, where Marc Jacobs has been the creative director since 1997. MoreĀ»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.