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Marc Jacobs Is Offering a Reward for the Return of His Stolen Spring Collection

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The fashion world is abuzz with the news that samples from Marc Jacobs' spring/summer 2012 show were stolen en route from Paris to London. While we kind of love the idea that John Galliano went all Hamburglar and swiped the samples to prevent Jacobs from landing the head job at Dior, it's more likely that it was someone we haven't heard of.

Today, the official Marc Jacobs Twitter account posted the above tweet, offering a reward for the person who finds the thief and/or missing clothes. If the reward is free Marc clothes for life, we'll be on the next plane to Paris with our Jessica Fletcher glasses on.
· Marc Jacobs International [Twitter]
· Someone Stole Marc Jacobs' Entire Spring Collection [Racked]
· Conspiracy Theories About Who Stole Marc Jacobs' Collection [Racked]