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Marc Jacobs


Marc Jacobs is a luxury fashion house founded in 1994 by the eponymous American designer, who made a splash in fashion by showing a before its time grunge collection for American house Perry Ellis in 1992 which earned him the sack (and later global recognition as a pioneer). In 2001, the designer launched his secondary line Marc by Marc Jacobs, a cheaper and more affordable brand but to the dismay of many fans the line was closed in 2015 as the brand faltered.

Store closures followed and in 2017, parent company LVMH (who invested in the brand in 1997 and appointed Jacobs as creative director of Louis Vuitton, a post he left in 2014) described it as one of its only negatively performing brands. However it’s never wise to write-off Jacobs who has been one of the most celebrated designers of his generation, and for good reason.

His latest NYFW show for AW19 was seen as something of a return to form.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
6 Bevis Marks, London EC3A 7BA
Head Office Telephone: 212-965-4000
Website Traffic: 567,810 (on desktop and mobile web in last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Bags; Jewellery; Footwear; Accessories; Beauty

Parent Company/Key Investors:


UK Concessions: Approx 7
International Stores & Stockists: Over 50
Key Concessions:

Liberty; Selfridges; House of Fraser; John Lewis; Matches; Harvey Nichols

Group Companies:

Dior; Loewe; Celine; Fendi; Kenzo; Nicholas Kirkwood; Lora Piano; Moynat; Emilio Pucci; Louis Vuitton; Givenchy

Number of Countries Shipped To: 26
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; Canada; Australia; China

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Eric Marechalle

Buying Director: Justyna Kulaga (VP of Global Market, Planning & Buying)
Design Director: Emily Diamond
Marketing Director: Quynh Dang
HR Director: Jeanne Sterck (VP of HR)

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