NEW YORK — For the first time in the 13-year history of Marc by Marc Jacobs, the company has made public the news of two key creative hires — creative director and design director — occupied by someone other than Marc Jacobs himself.
“He’s still the boss,” said Robert Duffy, president and vice chairman of Marc Jacobs International, when asked what the appointments of Katie Hillier to the role of creative director, and Luella Bartley to design director of women’s ready-to-wear, meant for Jacobs and the secondary line. “He’s as involved as he wants to be. It depends on the season.”
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