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Marc Jacobs

  1. the law
    2019’s Hottest Lawsuit Is Going to Be Nirvana Vs. Marc JacobsHere we are now, entertain us with your attorneys.
  2. Cartman’s Muscle Man Marc Doll Is Now a Real, Purchasable DollDo you have $125 and nothing to spend it on? Like really nothing? Well, South Park superfan/designer Marc Jacobs will happily take that money […]
  3. last night on late night
    Last Night on Late Night: Anna Wintour Had to Wait While Lady Gaga Talked to GodPlus, Craig Ferguson sniffs Rachel Ray’s fingers and discovers that they don’t all smell like biscuits.
  4. gleeks
    Glee’s Chris Colfer Proves He’s an ActorHe didn’t even know who Marc Jacobs was.
  5. countdown
    Michael Cera to Star in ‘Paper Hearts,’ the World’s Best MovieThe makers of the top-secret ‘Hearts’ are trying to keep the movie under wraps in hopes that it’ll take Sundance by surprise in January.
  6. art candy
    Artist Olaf Breuning Submits the Worst-Ever ‘Project Runway’ ApplicationAs glamour shots go, this one is overflowing with such playful grotesquerie that the only response is a gagging retch crossed with a laugh.
  7. the early-evening news
    ‘Mask,’ the Musical, Complete With Horrifying MakeupPlus: Monks get a Gregorian chant record deal, Clint Eastwood’s movie might be Oscar bait after all, and The New Yorker raves one play but really recommends another.
  8. apropos of nothing
    Tattooed Screenwriter Diablo Cody Is Bloodied But Unbowed by Hollywood Blogs Like UsWe’re not disappointed in you, Diablo Cody!
  9. apropos of nothing
    The True Cost of Music PiracyAccording to a nonsensical report published by a moronic organization, music piracy has cost the United States economy $12.5 billion. After the jump, Vulture speculates on how the record industry would have spent that money.
  10. apropos of nothing
    Brazilians Fear Becoming Fat AmericansNope, not another round of Dove “Real Beauty” ads. And not an Adbusters spoof, either. Salles Chemistri (which also does ads for General Motors) produced these campy, hyperoffensive ads for the Brazilian yogurt company Itambé, to run with the tagline: “Forget about it. Men’s preference will never change. Fit Light Yogurt.” But we prefer this American version: “Brazilian ads: As progressive as Hollywood!” —Rachel Wolff