The Marc Jacobs label

The Marc Jacobs Label Makes Its Debut

The Marc Jacobs brand has had many different iterations and mini-collections over its 30+ year history, and we’ve been excitedly supporting new launches all along the way. The latest debut from the designer is The Marc Jacobs label, a just-released ready-to-wear-branch that focuses on specific pieces rather than larger overall collections.

Featuring apparel, bags, shoes, and jewelry, this line is intended to feature “finds, favorites and collaborations” that “celebrate the eclectic and individual approach to getting dressed,” according to the designer. You’ll find every element of Jacobs’ own history represented too: a little grunge, a touch Old Hollywood glam, and tons of pop art callbacks.

The Marc Jacobs label

Collaborations and pop culture references are also a huge part of this brand offshoot, with fun partnerships with iconic brands like Peanuts and New York Magazine already part of the buzzworthy debut. You can find kitschy, quirky, and collectible tees, vintage-influenced sweaters, retro trouser silhouettes, and more items to personalize and make your own.

“These items are things that you could put together in your own way; it’s more about personal styling than about having a full runway look,” Marc Jacobs said in a statement.

The collection’s lookbook takes the idea of “twinning” to the next level, showcasing variations on each look by casting pairs of models in whimsically corresponding designs. Cohesive yet distinctly individual, these garments offer a playful new perspective from the designer.

Click through the gallery below to view the debut The Marc Jacobs label lookbook.

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You can shop your favorites from The Marc Jacobs collection in stores and online now.

More news from the Marc Jacobs fashion family.
More designer product lookbooks to inspire your own style.
All images by Hugo Scott via The Marc Jacobs label

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