Section E of the The New York Times tomorrow (June 2) features a story on the history and career of Marc Jacobs. The title “The Survivor” seems to lay it out for the reader. The following excerpt is strong:
“You can live with the love, you can live with the hate,” Mr. Jacobs said the other day at his office in SoHo. He had placed his arms squarely on a wooden conference table so nondescript it might have been salvaged from a high school’s teacher’s lounge. “We’ve been bankrupt, we been fired,” he said. “We didn’t hang up our hat.”
Read “The Survivor” online or in tomorrow’s edition of The New York Times.