Marc Jacobs Snapshot DTM in White. Marc Jacobs Snapshot DTM in White. Cowhide leather with textile lining. Top double zip closures. Exterior patch pocket. Interior patch pocket. Detachable shoulder strap. Measures approx 7 W x 4 H x 2.5 DDetachable shoulder strap measures approx 44 with a 20.5 drop. Imported. MARJ-WY443. M0014867. For the last 30 years, the Marc Jacobs brand has unapologetically pushed and shaped the boundaries of American fashion. This innovation is driven by Marc Jacobs himself, who continues to be an outspoken force to be reckoned with. In his dream world, we are all the stars of our own movie - and his namesake label provides the tools to define individuality and personality.
Snapshot Leather Crossbody Bag - White
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THE SNAPSHOT SMALL CAMERA BAG
Mixing the everyday with the extraordinary, Marc Jacobs started his illustrious fashion label in 1984. With the ability to transcend trends and push boundaries, Marc Jacobs creates pieces infused with the designer’s predictable unpredictability, as seen on this white calf leather The Snapshot small camera bag. Featuring a detachable shoulder strap, a double top zip closure, a main internal compartment and an internal logo patch.
WOMEN'S THE SNAPSHOT DTM COATED LEATHER CAMERA BAG
Casual coated leather camera bag with a convertible shoulder strap and minimal styling. Dual top zip closure Back slip pocket Interior slip pockets Lined Leather/polyurethane coating Imported SIZE Removable adjustable shoulder strap, 25.5" drop 7"W x 4.25"H x 2.25"D. Handbags - Marc Jacobs > Saks Fifth Avenue > Barneys. The Marc Jacobs. Color: Moon White.
Explaining his clothes, Jacobs has said "what I prefer is that even if someone feels hedonistic, they don't look it. Curiosity about sex is much more interesting to me than domination. ... My clothes are not hot. Never. Never." The audience for his fashion shows typically includes celebrities like Kim Gordon and Vincent Gallo. Guy Trebay, a critic for The New York Times, in response to Oscar de la Renta's comment that a coat designed by Jacobs closely resembled one that de la Renta had designed thirty years earlier, wrote that "unlike the many brand-name designers who promote the illusion that their output results from a single prodigious creativity, Mr. Jacobs makes no pretense that fashion emerges full blown from the head of one solitary genius". Marc Jacobs, was one of the first fashion designers to establish this “street wise aesthetics – a [mash up of] a little preppie, a little grunge, a little couture.