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Here Are Those Diet Coke Cans Marc Jacobs Designed

Image via WWD
Image via WWD

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Marc Jacobs just hailed the death of nail art at his NYFW Fall 2013 show, but not before bedazzling some Diet Coke cans with his fav print—swallows—and graphics that "celebrate female empowerment in the Eighties and Aughts," a.k.a. a woman in suit and a top hat and a woman in stripes. As if we didn't empowered by a refreshing no-calorie beverage already!
· Diet Coke Unveils Cans by Marc Jacobs [WWD]
· Marc Jacobs Killed Nail Art With His 'Favorite' Color: Clear [Racked]
· A Shirtless Marc Jacobs Recalls Diet Coke 'Hunks' of the '80s [Racked]