At fashion world There are epic moments that nobody ever forgets - no matter how many years go by. Everyone will remember Alexander McQueen support Kate Moss with the "We love you Kate" shirt in 2005; No one will forget the grand finale of Valentino's Fall-Winter 2015/2016 collection with Derek Zoolander and Hansen parading up the runway to the sound of Don't You Want Me (The Human League); wave Marc Jacobs campaign with Victoria Beckham with this tucked into a large designer bag ... And now the English has wanted remember that moment celebrating 10 years of the birth of his own firm.
Victoria Beckham x Marc Jacobs 2008
The love story Between Marc Jacobs and Victoria Beckham it was beautiful, lasting and very intense. So much so that what was then the former member of the Spice Girls starred in one of the most mythical campaigns of the American fashion designer.
Recalling a fun (and mythical) campaign
The anniversaries should be celebrated well and Victoria Beckham He wanted to remember that a decade of that campaign has passed with Marc Jacobs and photographed by Juergen Teller. Now the photographer recaptures the essence of that campaign to celebrate the 10 years of the Victoria Beckham brand.This is the original image that inspired Victoria Beckham to celebrate the tenth anniversary of her own firm (Photo: Marc Jacobs)
"When Marc Jacobs introduced me out of a bag a decade ago, it was the beginning of my journey into the fashion world," says the designer. "It was fun and ironic and brilliantly captured by Juergen Teller. And it came out just when I was about to present my debut collection. What better way to illustrate the history of the last ten years than revising creativity, but this time with my own bag ? Marc gave me his permission (and blessing) to recreate the shooting and Juergen agreed to collaborate with me again, which was simply amazing. "
The shirt is now available on the web and is for sale for 115 pounds - about 129 euros at the exchange.
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