Marc Jacobs entered fashion history in 1993 with his infamous "grunge" collection for Perry Ellis and would soon be hailed by American Vogue as "the dauphin of grungy, understated cool. He quickly became one of the most influential designers of his generation.
Known for his collaborations with prominent artists, musicians and muses - from Stephen Sprouse to Sonic Youth, Debbie Harry, Sofia Coppola and Chloë Sevigny, Marc Jacobs "changed what it means to be a fashion designer, just as once Andy Warhol changed what it meant to be an artist," fashion historian Valerie Steele once proclaimed.
Marc Jacobs: Unseen begins with an essay on the designer's work and unfolds chronologically, revisiting the designer's most iconic creations and revealing never-before-seen behind-the-scenes moments of models, hairdressers, stylists, makeup artists and Marc Jacobs himself at their creative best. Robert Fairer's stunning and energetic photographs capture the youth, glamour and spirit that defined Jacobs' shows.
Title: Marc Jacobs Unseen
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Size: 335 x 245 mm
Size: 352 pages