Fashion Watch: Marc Jacobs’ Diet Coke Campaign, Charlize Theron May Be Launching Denim Line, David Bowie Style Retrospective to Open at V&A

Fashion Watch / March 12, 2013

Fashion Watch Marc Jacobs' Diet Coke Campaign, Charlize Theron May Be Launching Denim Line, David Bowie Style Retrospective To Open At V&A

Yay or neigh?  Will actress Charlize Theron launch a denim line? (via Hollywood Reporter)[hr]

Cathy Horyn chimes in on the controversial Saint Laurent fall 2013 collection saying that “the clothes held considerably less value than a box of Saint Laurent labels.” Burn! (via NYT)[hr]

$9,400 per faux  Hermès Birkin bag is the estimate of a seized shipment of Hermès bags from China (via Telegraph)[hr]

Viva Glam: An exhibition dedicated to David Bowie’s style will open at London’s Victoria & Albert museum (via Vogue)[hr]

See the latest Diet Coke campaign from Marc Jacobs, the soda giant’s new creative director (via WWD)

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Photo credits top left to bottom left: Saint Laurent F/W 2012 collection, Kansai Yamamoto striped bodysuit for Aladdin Sane tour, 1973 (credit: Masayoshi Sukita), an ad from the campaign for Diet Coke featuring Marc Jacobs (credit:  Stéphane Sednaoui)


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