- Marc Jacobs Tartan Shirt
- Spring 1993 reissued shirt with pointed collar, button-up closure, long sleeves, and tartan pattern throughout
- 100% Silk
- Dry Clean Only
- Model is 5 ft 10 in wearing size 40
In 1986, Marc Jacobs began his design career by producing independent collections that kept track of the latest trends. In 1992 he was famously fired from design house Perry Ellis for reinforcing the grunge look. While signed as the creative director of Louis Vuitton in 1997, Jacobs still continued designing his personal label. He is known for being one of the most influential and sucessfully executed designers to transform a namesake brand into a complete luxury empire. Looks from his collections include ready-to-wear, runway, shoes, eyewear, fragrance, handbags, and accessories.