Talk about going out on a high note!
Just when we thought Marc Jacobs couldn't top his farewell Louis Vuitton runway show, the designer proves, yet again, that he knows how to bow out in style.
Jacobs, who left his post as the French fashion house's creative director in the fall, has just unveiled his final, super-chic ad campaign for the brand, which stars some pretty fabulous muses.
We're talking iconic French actress Catherine Deneuve, film director Sofia Coppola, Fan Bingbing, Caroline de Maigret, and models Gisele Bündchen and Edie Campbell.
"It's not a melancholic campaign," the brand's communications and events director, Frédéric Winckler, told Women's Wear Daily. "It's really celebrating women who inspire Marc."
Indeed the muses have all played a part during Jacobs' whopping 16-year tenure with Louis Vuitton, with Coppola having designed the SC bag for the label and Denueve and Bündchen having posed in past campaigns.
For Jacobs' last set of ads, each gorgeous gal shows off his final collection for the label and poses with its Noé bag in a series of posh, Steven Meisel-lensed portraits.
The shots are simple and chic—much like Jacobs' work for the brand.