Only last week we reported just how much designers are willing to pay the most style-savvy stars to appear in their front row, but it appears one designer is altogether over the idea. Marc Jacobs is ditching A-list stars in his front row , for good.
As New York Fashion Week kicked off with a bang yesterday, fashion cast it’s eye over to the front rows to see which stylish celebrities it could spy, but they won’t spot any at Marc Jacobs’ AW10 show.
â€œI’m not into the celebrity thing like we used to, he told the New York Post’s Page Six. â€œThat’s boring.
He doesn’t do backstage passes, either. Last year when Madonna popped backstage after his SS10 show, things were a little awkward to say the least. â€œShe came backstage, and I was like, ‘What do you do with her now?’ Because it’s not like she was invited.