Marc Jacobs has long been recognized as one of the most important names in American fashion. With an eye for the artistic and a tendency to feature artists rather than fashion models in his campaigns, it’s easy to see why the designer has attracted such a following among celebrities and the general public. With Jacobs and St. Vincent on the cover of Billboard's new Style Issue, check out some of our favorite pop stars rocking Marc Jacobs' looks.
While homages to David Bowie were everywhere after his death in January, Lady Gaga served up one of the most memorable tributes at the 2016 Grammys in a hand-embroidered Marc Jacobs dress coat with pointed shoulders and sky-high platforms.
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Rihanna wore a sheer floral Marc Jacobs dress with pointy-toed sneakers to perform “Say You, Say Me” in honor of Lionel Richie at the 2016 MusiCares Person of the Year event.
Cher’s never been one to shy away from showing skin, but her 2015 Met Gala look turned heads without baring it all -- the multi-colored pattern of her sequined Marc Jacobs dress balanced dazzling and demure.
Beyoncé donned a fitted red and green Marc Jacobs polka-dot dress with Christian Louboutin peep-toe heels to share Easter brunch with Jay Z in 2011.
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With an eye-catching headpiece to top off her sparkling floor-length gown, the legendary Bette Midler joined Jacobs at the 2016 Met Gala.
Former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik wore a customized Marc Jacobs leather jacket on the cover of Dazed Magazine this summer -- and then auctioned the jacket off for charity.
Miley Cyrus gave off chic mermaid vibes in a shimmering green halter gown at the Annual Night Of Stars Gala in 2013, proving that she can do classy just as well she does quirky.
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Selena Gomez wore a bold red Marc Jacobs coat with whimsical details over a black button-up shirt and short red skirt for an appearance at BBC 1 Radio in 2015.
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Vogue’s May issue featured Taylor Swift “as you’ve never seen her." With a new bleached bob complementing her towering Marc Jacobs platforms and sequined dress, she indeed looked more fashion-forward than ever.
Nicki Minaj attended the Marc Jacobs fall/winter runway show in 2015 wearing a fox fur coat and skirt by the designer, paired with Bally snakeskin boots.
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Gossip frontwoman and feminist icon Beth Ditto made waves with a surprise appearance on the spring 2016 runway for Marc Jacobs in a low-cut, high slit white gown with leaf-like embellishments.
Marc Jacobs has long been drawn to Marilyn Manson’s “gorgeous grotesqueries,” to use the designer’s own language, making the rocker a natural pick for Marc Jacobs’ eerie fall/winter 2016 ad campaign.
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Katy Perry wore a blue Marc Jacobs dress with a pinwheel flower print to ham it up with Minnie and Mickey Mouse at Disney World in 2014.
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Taraji P. Henson wore a black off-the-shoulder Marc Jacobs dress to accept the Lucy Award for Excellence in Television for her role in Empire at this year’s Women in Film event.
Courtney Love is one of the faces in Marc Jacobs' fall/winter 2016 campaign. Here, Love wears a black dress with platform heels and a feathered coat draped over one shoulder.
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Swedish pop songstress Tove Lo made a bold statement in a high-necked, belted mesh Marc Jacobs dress worn over a leotard at Jingle Ball in 2015.
Singer-songwriter Sky Ferreira joined mega-models like Cara Delevingne to walk the Marc Jacobs spring 2014 runway show in an edgy, blunt haircut and maroon-and-black ensemble.
Willow Smith started defining “cool” at an early age, making the then-14-year-old’s appearance in the Marc Jacobs fall 2015 ad campaign a natural choice.