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Marc Jacobs Hung a Wanted Posted in His Mercer Street Window

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A few months back, Marc Jacobs' spring collection was stolen while en route to a press day in London from Paris. The entire 46-piece collection, which included handbags and shoes, was swiped, and apparently, it has yet to be found. Now, The Shophound reports that the designer has placed a "Wanted" sign in his store window, in hopes of cracking the caper. Or, to at least get some more press out of the situation and maybe make some money, as the poster is also available in T-shirt form.

The crook's sex, height, weight, hair color, and eye color are all unknown, but there's one thing Marc is sure of: "The thief is still at large and is now considered dressed to kill."
· Marc Jacobs Makes The Most Of A Bad Situation [The Shophound]
· Marc Jacobs Offers Reward for the Return of His Stolen Collection [Racked]
· Someone Stole Marc Jacobs' Entire Spring Collection [Racked]

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