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Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2012 Stolen

Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2012 Stolen

Marc Jacobs has been robbed!  The designer’s entire spring line disappeared from a train car while it travelled from Paris to London on Wednesday. As a result, he has had to cancel the line’s European press appearance.  Although the culprit is as of yet unclear, the Daily Beast hypothesizes that counterfeiters may have had a hand in this.  Copying isn’t the only possible unfortunate outcome of the theft – because European editors will not have a chance to see the pieces just yet, Mr. Jacobs may lose some placements in European magazines that he may have otherwise gotten.

Daniela Alvarado

Daniela Alvarado is a 3L at Fordham Law and IPLJ's very own Symposium Editor. She is an avid Central Park runner, enjoyer of West Coast sunshine, and internet troller. Daniela's note on the first sale doctrine was published in IPLJ Volume XXII Book 4. She hopes to one day pursue a career involving technology and the law.