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Video: Marc Jacobs Explains Where the Louis Vuitton Bunny Ears Came From

>> The video accompaniment to Louis Vuitton's Fall 2009 campaign has appeared on The Moment — it will be on next week — with Madonna, stylist Marie Amelie-Sauve, and makeup artist Pat McGrath all making appearances.  Marc Jacobs, for his part, explains the deal with the bunny ears: "There's a girl who works for us, Lucy, she's on the design team, and Adrian, one of the boys, was tying a little bit of fabric around and it reminded me of bunny.  We were thinking of all these different things like can-can dancers, and I saw this piece of fabric wrapped around Lucy's head and said, 'Bunny ears, that's what we need to finish this look.' So we made all these radzimir bunny ears and that's how it happened. I like the kind of Playboy, French coquette aspect to it."

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