The French queen of cool Solène Lescouët spotted at the opening of the first The Marc Jacobs store in Paris.
Despite the fact that almost every single item of clothing that we own is mass-produced, getting dressed and styling what we are wearing is a very personal thing.
Well, Marc Jacobs has seen this exact gap in the market and back in June 2019, the company launched The Marc Jacobs. The new line celebrates the eclectic and individual approach to getting dressed.
“We wanted to do something that is unlike the collections we are already doing, in that it is more ‘item-y’.”Marc Jacobs
With the great success that The Marc Jacobs has had to far, the launch of a brand new dedicated boutique was the next natural step. Located at 30 rue des Archives, in Paris’ Le Marais neighbourhood, the new store will offer the full range of items across all product categories.
A plethora of celebs, fashionistas and the who’s who of Paris descended onto the new store for its grand opening. Spotted in an oversized yellow faux fur coat was fellow designer, the French queen of cool Solène Lescouët.
Ellen von Unwerth and guest Lukas Ionesco and Clara Benador Lukas Ionesco and Clara Benador Eva Danino and Max Sokolinski Eva Ionesco, Marie Beltrami and Simon Liberati Anouchka Gauthier and her partner Jade Rabarivelo Sylvain Lewis, Max Sokolinski, Ant Pablos and guest Charlotte Ploumette and her partner Olivia Fournier and Bruno Meira Lukas Ionesco and Clara Benador Guest, Zoe Lenthal and Ou Ponyo Audrey Marnay Cléo Le-Tan and a guest Max Sokolinski and Adah Dylan Axelle Guest and Ellen von Unwerth Regis Abby and Brice Abby Olympia Le-Tan and Audrey Marnay Maxime Secalot and guests Max Sokolinski Victoire de Castellane, Zoe Lenthal, Olympia Le-Tan, Albert Cocker and Camille Bidault-Waddington Regis Abby, Brice Abby and guest Olympia Le-Tan Camille Bidault-Waddington and Olympia Le-Tan
Drawing from the periods, music, art and pop culture that have always inspired, classic silhouettes, true to the spirit of Marc Jacobs, will be reinterpreted with each season creating an on-going and on-growing wardrobe of items. Key collaborations, including the classic Peanuts cartoons, as well as with British artist Magda Archer, are highlights.
Clara Benador and Lukas Ionesco
Images: Kristy Sparow