For his latest collection, Marc Jacobs has collaborated with Jealous artist Magda Archer for a series of fun-loving knitwear.
Magda is known for her kitsch illustrations and tongue-in-cheek phrases and has been working with Jealous for a number of years publishing and printing her editions in our studio.
Now her recognisable characters and slogans have been transformed onto jumpers, tees and accessories for the fashion house Marc Jacobs. Magda fans will instantly recognise the iconic slogans such as ‘My Life is Crap’ and ‘I Hate Art, which have been embroidered across the bright garments.
The collection has been donned by celebrities and musicians alike. Harry Styles has been spotted wearing several of the items, Grayson Perry has shared images of himself sporting a TShirt and singer Dua Lipa posted a photo of herself in the ‘My Life is Crap’ blue jumper on her Instagram.
The Magda Archer x Marc Jacobs collection is available to purchase on the Marc Jacobs Website here.
To see the screenprints that inspired the collection, click the link below!
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