Marc Jacobs Is Not Ashamed of Nudity

Marc Jacobs is his own best advertisement. Terry Richardson shot the designer wearing nothing but Stephen Sprouse–inspired graffiti and a strategically placed duffel bag for a Harper's Bazaar story about Sprouse's upcoming collection for Louis Vuitton. “I don’t have a problem taking my clothes off, as anybody who has picked up a magazine in the past year could tell you,” Jacobs said. “I had no qualms or shame about it but knew fully well that any full-frontal nudity wouldn’t be appropriate for Harper’s Bazaar.” Well played. [WWD]

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