High profile fashion designer Marc Jacobs is opening a boutique in London this week – his first in the UK – ahead of a formal launch party on 16 February to coincide with London Fashion Week. The 260m2 store in Mayfair’s Mount Street is designed by the architect and interior designer Stephan Jaklitsch, who worked with president of Marc Jacobs, Robert Duffy, on the concepts. Jaklitsch has created some 50 Marc Jacobs stores worldwide. The London outlet will carry the Marc by Marc Jacobs line of clothing and accessories.
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