One of the most successful designers of the 21st century, native New Yorker Marc Jacobs displayed huge potential from an early age having attended the prestigious Parsons School of Art and Design in New York City and winning numerous design awards. An emblem of Marc’s success is his contemporary secondary line which he launched in 2001, Marc by Marc Jacobs. Although the contemporary line has now bid a farewell to the fashion world, A Suit That Fits Ireland pays tribute to the designer’s most memorable power suits.
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