There’s something strange about Marc Jacobs’ design ways! (almost) Everything he touches turns into golden sand castle. But rest assured, there’s no sand castle, be it gold, that’ll hold up to the next season’s sea of trends! So we should be safe from this rabbit-ears infection next year (and, maybe, this year’s LV ad-solarization wouldn’t hit next year’s Ad Campaign also)
Yes, he invents the wheel with every passing season, but it’s not a life-lasting wheel, unfortunately. Marc Jacobs is a prisoner of trends. Trendier he gets, the easier it would be for his followers to get over him.
He goes so well with Juergen Teller’s photo style, it would’ve been impossible not to pair them up: it shines so much and it’s so weirdly catching your attention, you can’t overlook it. (have you noticed that the LV Fall 2009 Ad Campaign looks bizarrely Teller-ish positioned even if its photographer it’s Meisel?) But once you turn the page, Juergen Teller’s photo is long gone from your visual memory! Now let’s give it to Marc Jacobs himself explaining the hows and the whys of Bunny Ears 2009! (and to her Madgesty to do the precious like nobody’s business!) (via)