43 Fabulous Marc Jacob Fashion Quotes

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“Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them.” – Marc Jacobs

“I think it’s an old fashioned notion that fashion needs to be exclusive to be fashionable.” – Marc Jacobs

“I’ve never been a business person, nor have I ever pretended to understand the first thing about it.” – Marc Jacobs

“The Louis Vuitton woman is more about a quality – a quality within some women that needs to come forward, to be noticed and recognized.” – Marc Jacobs

“Yes, I always remember my dad’s, mom’s and my grandma’s perfumes.” – Marc Jacobs

“Listen, ‘real’ women are the reason the fashion industry exists.” – Marc Jacobs

“I think scent is sensual. I guess evoking a mood or a spirit is key, and I think with the women’s fragrances we have evoked different types, moods or sensibilities of a woman – whether it’s Daisy with the sweetness and the innocence or Lola which is more provocative, sexy and sultry.” – Marc Jacobs

“It was getting very boring to watch celebrities all wearing the same dress.” – Marc Jacobs

“We don’t need fashion to survive, we just desire it so much.” – Marc Jacobs

“I don’t think there is just one Louis Vuitton woman. That is why, for the fall/winter 2011 show, I loved the idea of lots of different characters – a wife, a mistress, a girlfriend – stepping out of the row of hotel elevators.” – Marc Jacobs

“The red carpet doesn’t interest me. I think people become all the same; it’s like everyone posing from the three-quarter angle in some low-cut, fitted dress; it’s all the same.” – Marc Jacobs

“I love how the reality of fashion is all about something for that moment and then the extremity of dismissal.” – Marc Jacobs

“I want to be as honest as I possibly can. I sleep better at night.” – Marc Jacobs

“Change is a great and horrible thing, and people love it or hate it at the same time. Without change, however, you just don’t move.” – Marc Jacobs


“Design is a series of creative choices – it’s a collaborative effort, an evolutionary process. You choose your fabrics depending upon what you want to say, then you work with mills to get those fabrics. Through the process, you realize what you want it to be.” – Marc Jacobs

“I always find beauty in things that are odd and imperfect – they are much more interesting.” – Marc Jacobs

“I am so appalled by the whole social media thing. I don’t get it; it doesn’t appeal to me. Neither does a computer or working on a laptop.” – Marc Jacobs

“I hate this idea that you have to love somebody because they are your family. Nobody can tell me what I’m supposed to feel and who I am supposed to feel it for.” – Marc Jacobs

“I don’t see myself as being as big of an influence as other people seem to think.” – Marc Jacobs

“I don’t want to read a book on a device. I like a book with a hard cover and text on a piece of paper. I like magazines. I don’t care if I carry around 100 lbs. of magazines; I’d rather do that than look at them on the Internet.” – Marc Jacobs

“I still appreciate individuality. Style is much more interesting than fashion, really.” – Marc Jacobs

“For so many years, I felt so insecure, so inferior, and I still have those moments, but I have a newfound confidence since I got in shape and changed my diet.” – Marc Jacobs

“I love to take things that are everyday and comforting and make them into the most luxurious things in the world.” – Marc Jacobs

“Luxury is anything you don’t need, right? I mean, you need food, water, clothing, shelter… but good wine, good food, beautiful interiors, nice clothes; those aren’t necessities, they are luxuries – it’s all luxury.” – Marc Jacobs

“I love attention.” – Marc Jacobs

“I empathize with women in their high heels so I’ll be there in my kilt and T-shirt and I’ll walk around all day just to prove that if I can wear the shoes for 36 hours then certainly our customer can wear them.” – Marc Jacobs


“You can ask me anything. I’m an open book.” – Marc Jacobs

“I have often been criticized for doing an about-face from one season to the next – as has my wonderfully inspiring lady designer whom I love so much, Miuccia Prada – but that is what I love about fashion.” – Marc Jacobs

“Everybody wants to be a celebrity, which is why we have this phenomenon of social media, where nobody wants to be private. We all want to be seen.” – Marc Jacobs

“For me, America is New York.” – Marc Jacobs

“Basically, I’m in a kilt and a white shirt every day. So, you know, I don’t have a lot of scope, and I’m really picky about what I wear. Even if it’s weird, it’s very particular to me. And you can’t make a business out of what I would wear. We’d be out of business.” – Marc Jacobs

“I still appreciate individuality. Style is much more interesting than fashion, really.” – Marc Jacobs

“My grandmother was amazing. She completely believed in me and was very encouraging. She would go to the supermarket or the butcher or wherever and tell people, ‘My grandson is going to be the next Calvin Klein.'” – Marc Jacobs

“I always say that I’m not the director, I’m part of the team.” – Marc Jacobs

“I’m someone who came to Paris as a teenager, and I dreamed of coming back to Paris as a visitor. I never dreamed of having a job at the biggest luxury house in Paris and, you know, 15 odd years later, I’m still here.” – Marc Jacobs

“Grunge is a hippied romantic version of punk.” – Marc Jacobs

“Sephora is a mecca for cosmetics, and it supports what I enjoy: You go into the store, and touch it, and try it, and love it. I’ve never bought anything on the Internet. I like experience.”

“My relationship with fashion has always been that each of us stars in our own movies and costumes ourselves to play the part we want. You take blouses and jeans and dresses, and you put them together, and they tell your story.” – Marc Jacobs


“We have a lot of love for women who wear Marc their way.” – Marc Jacobs

“But the customer is the final, final filter. What survives the whole process is what people wear. I’m not interested in making clothes that end up in some dusty museum.” – Marc Jacobs

“To me, beauty and makeup and color is like the finishing touch on everything.” – Marc Jacobs

“I don’t love Photoshop; I like imperfection. It doesn’t mean ugly. I love a girl with a gap between her teeth, versus perfect white veneers. Perfection is just… boring. Perfect is what’s natural or real; that is beauty.” – Marc Jacobs

“Any opportunity to adorn oneself is human, and accessories are an easy way to do it.” – Marc Jacobs