Marc Jacobs might be a household name now, but he didn't exactly get there overnight. He put in a lot of hard work and elbow grease first. He started off as the creative direction of French designer Louis Vuitton, from 1997 to 2013. Jacobs was
then listed in Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world list. It's been a year since his split with Vuitton and many in the industry have said that the designer's work had been relatively uninspired. His spring 2015 collection put a lot more pep in his runway step, though, revamping his luxury-funky image with bold geometric shapes, patent leather, and his trademark fishnet styles that celebrities like Miley Cyrus have walked the red carpet in. His looks refuse to take a back seat. His pieces aren't always exactly timeless, but if you wear Marc Jacobs, you will definitely be noticed. Jacobs said, "That's what fashion is," he continued, "that complete addiction, obsession, that I've-got-to-have-it need until I basically wouldn't be caught dead in it."