Try to peel your eyes of Marc Jacobs's glistening bod and focus on the bag.
In his homage, Jacobs uses Sprouse's famous graffiti and rose prints to create a pop art collection of bags, footwear, and clothes. “It’s this idea of a head-to-toe look in this brash, neon, rock ’n’ roll, edgy, street-informed style," said Jacobs. Sprouse really best personified it.”
The exclusive collection debuts next month along with a special website dedicated to Sprouse dubbed welovesprouse.com. The site, set to go live Dec. 15., will feature cool interviews from people who knew Sprouse and their commentary on how he influenced fashion and art.
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