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...takes viewers inside the long-vaulted doors of Louis Vuitton. --ELLE Magazine

...artfully told with humor and panache... --VOGUE Magazine

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From Japan to America, the LV sign dominates the fashion scene. And, one man alone designs the Louis Vuitton creations the exceptional Marc Jacobs.
With unprecedented access to one of the world's hottest and busiest designers, Loïc Prigent offers an intimate and revealing portrait of the reclusive Marc Jacobs and the world of haute couture. Whether in the offices and workrooms of Paris and New York, the back of his car, or backstage at a fashion show, we see a genius at work. Jacobs endures unimaginable pressure to chart new paths in fashion as he straddles the demands of the Louis Vuitton conglomerate and his own Marc Jacobs label.

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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His daily schedule looks like a constant grind.
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He lets the camera into his life showing how he collaborates and creates designs for LV and the Marc Jacobs.
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It portrays him as a true artist who is very driven, self-critical, and in tune with multiple industries.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By K. Lee on February 27, 2008
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I only knew of Marc Jacobs as a designer favored by the rich and famous. Since I'm not one of them, I never expected to learn much about him other than the ads I see in magazines and browsing his boutiques.

Enter this documentary...Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton. I just expected a video about the Marc Jacobs Label and how the partnership with Louis Vuitton was developed, etc..... Instead, what I saw was a rich, visual story about a passionate designer who is truly an artist. One who chooses to use fashion to express his creativity. OK, so there is a certain amount of marketing and capitalism hanging onto the apron strings of MJ's name. However, this documentary does show Marc as an artist seeking to get to the next level of his creativity, yet he is seeking to find acceptance as an artist.

MJ is a designer with two major labels, his own and Louis Vuitton. I got the sense that this man, who is this incredible designer/artist, is in a way caught in the prison of his own creativity. It's one Ready to Wear collection after another.

This documentary is a must see. It really is a rare glimpse inside the world of MJ - the bonus is a rare glimpse into the creative side of LV as well.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Christian McKenzie on July 8, 2008
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When I purchased this, I was expecting a documentary of Marc Jacobs in board meetings with Bernard Arnault, all narrated by a monotone, faceless fashion insider. I was so wrong.

The film travels with Marc behind the scenes of his own label in the US, and then across the pond to LVMH's corporate offices, where he brings his own attitude, creative energy, and down to earth spirit. It portrays him as a true artist who is very driven, self-critical, and in tune with multiple industries. Even the commentary is interesting, funny, and unexpectedly objective. Are there more films like these?!

Any fan of fashion needs this in his or her DVD collection.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By prisrob TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 9, 2009
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'Fashion is just a job,'' Marc Jacobs says in Loïc Prigent's documentary about Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton. The usually shy Marc Jacobs agreed to this documentary and gave great access to Mr Prignet. Marc Jacobs in this film comes across as a really likable, extremely talented young man. He appears to be a health fanatic from all of the vitmins and minerals and health food he eats. At the same time, you would be hard pressed not to find him with a lit cigarette at all times. His daily schedule looks like a constant grind. In this film we see how Jacobs goes from an inspiration to the commercial product. One fascinating scene shows us Marc Jacobs in a meeting with polka-dot artist Yayoi Kusama. And, soon thereafter we see the candy-colored dots in Vuitton's spring '07 line. In 1997, Jacobs was appointed Creative Director of luxury French fashion house, Louis Vuitton, where he created the company's first ready-to-wear line. An odd coupling, yes, but it has proved to be very successful.

Most of us have heard of Marc Jacobs. Certainly, the young group knows him as the most influential and interesting contemporary American designer. He is slight of build, but beaming with energy, as he eats his protein bars and drinks his bottled water. Everywhere, in every country, bottled water was on the counter, desk, airplane rest and table. You might think in France you would see coffee, or cafe, but, no, the bottled water appears as if in a vision. The film allows us a peek into the design and production process. We watch a roomful of people designing and presenting inspiration boards and collages. Marc Jacobs takes an old acrylic purple sweater from the 70s and inspires a new cashmere version. We see the workshops operating at a frantic pace to get the collection ready.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn on November 25, 2008
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im starting to design again and thought I'd check this out.. and am glad I did. It was pretty inspirational and it was cool to see how one of the greatest designers of our times gets his ideas from. i actually rented it from netflix first before I bought it.. but I think it's a great collection to have especially if you are a fashion designer!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Claudia HOLANDA on September 18, 2008
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The documentary is interesting to the point that shows the creative proccess of Marc Jacobs in a creative and funny way. What I like most about it is how it shows the ecxentricity of this designer and the impact of his fashion around the world.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Judith H. Baer on September 9, 2008
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This video is very true to the way the industry works. I really enjoyed the design process and the true view that it is hard work putting together a line. The extras were wonderful and a great addition.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. A. Vitale on February 26, 2009
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I think this a must watch documentary for any fashionista, high couture lover, a fan of Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton, or simply love watching the creative process behind the scenes in the fashion world.

Marc Jacobs is considered a fashion genius and he not only has success with his own fashion label, but he is also designs for the Louis Vuitton fashion line as well.

This documentary shows what it is like behind the scenes in the high end fashion world. We see Marc Jacobs in the process of creating new designs for his own line as well as for Louis Vuitton. We see how a fashion show comes together. Plus a little bit about Marc Jacobs himself.

The world of high end, fashion design seems to be very stressful. I am not that creative when it comes to fashion or have the artistic eye for creating high end fashion... I am not even sure I understand the full depth of Marc Jacobs artistic talent/genius, but at least I feel this documentary shed some light into the world of high end fashion.
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