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French businessman Louis Vuitton was born August 4th, 1821, and before he created his eponymous brand of leather goods, he was a royal trunk maker for Empress Eugénie de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III. Having grown up during the Industrial Revolution, he became an apprentice to a box maker before becoming a premiere artisan on his own. He was famous for this stackable rectangular trunks, as round-shaped boxes were the norm at the time. Since then, Louis Vuitton has not only become an international luxury brand, but also part of a mega conglomerate known as LVMH. In 1997, American designer Marc Jacobs became the artistic director, unveiling its first ready-to-wear collection and expanding beyond leather goods. In 2013, French designer Nicolas Ghesquière replaced Jacobs. Today, we look back at the luxury brand’s best runway beauty looks that have complemented the clothing on the catwalk. The hair and makeup is both entertaining and monumental — not a small feat for a ready-to-wear label that’s only been around for less than 20 years.Related:Pat McGrath Channels David Bowie for Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016Exactly How To Create Michelle Williams’s Louis Vuitton Look#TBT Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Beauty Look
Photo: @NevilleJacobs/Instagram It was a spot on Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2014 runway that turned Kendall Jenner from one of Kim Kardashian’s younger step-sisters into arguably the most famous model of the moment. Unrecognizable in her short rose wig, courtesy of Guido, and Francois Nars’ washed out makeup, when there were rumblings of her presence backstage just two years ago, I remember saying, “Who?” Such is the power of Jacobs, whose show, now on the last night of New York Fashion Week, is the most theatrical and most anticipated of the week, that Jenner scored a Vogue.com editorial that very same night, foreshadowing the steady stream of work bestowed upon her by Anna Wintour. Neville Jacobs, Marc’s bull terrier, boasts 160,000 followers, and posed for the above picture with Xenia Deli on Monday afternoon.
Photo: @themarcjacobs/Instagram So was Marc Jacobs playing everyone the whole time? The designer, a social media newbie who adopted the tools—and its many benefits—very quickly, recently exposed his nether region to his thousands of Instagram followers when he accidentally posted a naked selfie instead of sending a direct message with the caption "It’s yours to try!“ Now, the fashion maven is going to make a quick buck off his snafu with T-shirts baring the quote. At the time of the incident, Jacobs unapologetically responded, “Yeah. I accidentally posted a pic of my bare ass and took it down.