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Marc Jacobs (born April 9, 1963) is an American fashion designer. He is the head designer for his own fashion label, Marc Jacobs, and formerly Marc by Marc Jacobs, a diffusion line, which was produced for approximately 15 years having been discontinued after the 2015 fall/winter collection. At one point there were over 200 retail stores in 80 countries. He was the creative director of the French design house Louis Vuitton from 1997 to 2014. Jacobs was on Time magazine's "2010 Time 100" list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and was #14 on Out magazine's 2012 list of "50 Most Powerful Gay Men and Women in America". He was married on 7 April 2019 to his long time partner, Charly Defrancesco.

User "Blueangel51" reviews Marc Jacobs's Perfect fragrance for woman, on the "Fragrantica" website, on July 31, 2020:

"Tried this today at Macy's and it's a generic scent. Uninteresting light generic perfume. Wish they would create a unique and powerful scent. Seems like everyone is banging out these light florals. Seriously, don't waste your time with this one unless you are collecting pretty bottles."

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Freelance Fabric Manager (Former Employee) says

"This place is just horrible. The company hires you as a freelance to avoid paying healthcare and the few people that are full time are people that have been there forever. Everyone is lazy and there are groups of people that are working on the same exact task. You work long hours and even on my personal time such as days off or late at night, I would receive phone calls or text messages with the most ridiculous questions. Cons: The people, company culture, health and benefits, no work life balance"

Retail Stock Associate (Former Employee) says

"I Would not recommend to any friends or loved ones, but because of the associates it is a very easy place to work at. I was there for 2 years and was not the only one that did not receive a raise or descent raise for the most part. Cons: Lack of self bettering opportunities, lack of compensation and yeah.and"

Freelance Make up Artist (Former Employee) says

"Managers didn't know what they where doing"

Freelance Inventory Manager (Former Employee) says

"This place is very strange. I was hired as a freelance among many others and it turned into a 2 year job. However, some people were hired full time off the bat. Cons: Will be freelance- no PTO, benefits, 401K, long hours, smoking in the office, micromanagement, etc."

Business Manager (Former Employee) says

"Unorganised and Misleading company, ending in redundency of all uk employees only to advertise all of our positions only 2 months later. Unprofessional management such a shame with such great products to sell."

STORE MANAGER (Former Employee) says

"Great label and exciting designer. Toxic environment to work. Employees just collecting pay checks, no direction from Corporate, directors can't decide on one single strategy to improve business, all play no business company."

Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Employees are not valued or respected. There is no communication from HQ about what to do. Cons: Sales goals are impossible and affects commission"

Fashion Intern (Former Employee) says

"they did not treat me like a human being and fought over me to get help from me first. I felt like I was a tool rather than a human. They did not care if I ate lunch on time."

N/A (Current Employee) says

"Company is going through a restructure so times can be hard. There isn’t any communication as far as the strategy so it’s hard to stay motivated. Layoffs have been going on for 3+ years."

Ready To Wear Specialist (Current Employee) says

"The crew at the store was very unprofessional, not well trained or focus on customer service at all. My experience was sweet and sour. The benefits are good Cons: Not experienced management"

Sales Associate/ Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"its retail. nothing exciting. company doesnt seem to be doing so well. a lot of issues with upper level management that seems to trickle down to lower level employees."

Contractor (Former Employee) says

"Marc Jacobs is an amazing place to learn from some inspiring creatives,"

Apparel Product Development Manager (Former Employee) says

"MJ is an interesting place to work. There are some really great people working there. Overall it was a good experience to have. Nice to work at a fashion company with in house atelier"

Social Media Associate (Former Employee) says

"Exciting workplace to meet new people and be exposed to the fashion world from within."

Sales Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed working here and being a part of a flagship store in NYC, however you quickly learn the opportunity for advancement is slim to none and the management is biased. Cons: Management, lack of flexibility"

Senior Vice-President of Global Communications (Former Employee) says

"It was meant to be a new dawn for the company at the time of my arrival, sadly given the need for restructuring the brand lost its essence and the people who made it a dynamic company. I learned about about organizations in crisis, management and how to navigate those waters."

Global Supply Chain Analyst (Current Employee) says

"When it comes to personal growth and employee development this company has a horrible culture in this regard. The managers and the directors are concerned about themselves alone and they don't actively participate in the development of their team members. There is no sense of team it is just a group of individuals that do not communicate to achieve a common goal for the company. Communication between C-Level and employees is limited and non-existent Cons: Does not support employee growth and development"

Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) says

"Enjoyed working with the team and meeting new clients that travel. Local clients didn't visit strip often. Mall hours could be hard at times but you adapt to the hours."

Brand Representative (Former Employee) says

"Dealing with high profile clients that are interested in culture. The team we hired as sales associates were always fun and interesting."

IT Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Not your traditional company, maintain an open mind and prepare for the curve balls. The young staff is the company's greatest strength."

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