Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton: A Retrospective

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Today, Marc Jacobs announced the conclusion of his sixteen years as the creative director of French heritage brand Louis Vuitton. He is widely credited with reinvigorating the label's identity from old-school luggage-maker to extravagant, high-luxury fashion house. Since he took the helm in the late nineties, he has produced a number of hit designs that will go down in fashion history: the Stephen Sprouse prints in 2000, the Richard Prince–inspired nurses in 2007, the bunny ears of 2009, Chinoiserie-style pajamas in 2010 ... the list goes on. Enjoy the most memorable runway looks from his Vuitton career in our slideshow.

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