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When Seth Meyers donned Marc Jacobs' Met Gala get-up during his hosting gig at the CFDA Awards, he summed up the look with a genial jab: "That is a long way to go to prove you’re wearing a clean pair of underwear," was his take away. And now, Marc Jacobs has responded with an equally genial jab. The sartorially adventurous designer confided in that the host gave him "a real run for [his] money in that dress," but Meyers' take on the Comme des Garcons number ultimately wasn't good enough: "I think I wore it better. I wore it first so that makes it better." And that, in a nutshell, is a designer's thought process. [InStyle]