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According to Marc Jacobs, Monogram Is Here to Stay This Spring

If he says so...

Marc Jacobs. Mentioning the name elicits a storied history and an incredible trajectory, which shows no signs of slowing down. Jacobs’ incredible start dates back to the 80s and his time at Parsons School of Design, where he was known for his boundary-breaking designs. Since then, Jacobs has carved out a niche, making a name for himself as one of the most influential American designers of his time.

In 2015, Marc Jacobs ceased production of his once beloved Marc by Marc Jacobs label, fusing it with mainline Marc Jacobs collection and revamping price points too, and the metamorphosis didn’t stop there. The brand has undergone many iterations of change, but it has found its footing amongst a new generation of fans in the last few years.

The brand’s accessories are what continue to propel Marc Jacobs forward. While it’s impossible to forget the Marc Jacobs of the early aughts, as designs like the Stam, his iconic buckle bags, and more were once a major staple of handbag chatter, today, Marc Jacobs ushers in a whole new cohort of bags to love.

For Spring 2023, that includes Monogram, and today we’re looking at the latest from Marc Jacobs.

Marc’s Monogram

Monogram has long been fused into the Marc Jacobs ethos, but the brand reinvents Monogram with a new lens this season. Showcased on bags, RTW, and accessories, this Monogram moment is all about name recognition in the boldest of ways. There are a few options to choose from, and whether you prefer a bolder option or a more muted tonal monogram, there’s something for you.

Open totes make the ideal daily carryalls, available in both canvas and leather iterations, and the mini and micro sizes are great for day to night. While the totes are integral to the Marc Jacobs DNA, there are also a range of other bags like flap bags and bucket bags. Discover the Monogram Collection and shop now via Marc Jacobs.

Emily Ratajkowski Marc Jacobs Monogram


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