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The Marc Jacobs Beauty Campaign Teases Tomorrow's Launch

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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.

Marc Jacobs First Beauty Collection Ad Campaign via Elle

In anticipation of tomorrow's launch, the full campaign for Marc Jacobs' beauty collection has been revealed. Shot by David Sims, it was inspired by the idea of getting dressed up with your friend. Jacobs tells

"We wanted an image that suggested this love for the ritual of two young women putting on makeup. There's a certain reference to a backstage sort of glamour—or staying home and being in your bathroom and putting on your makeup for hours and talking."
Jacobs did not reveal how he knows so much about the secret life of teenage girls.

Elle is reporting that the Karlie is out. The next big thing in hair styles is the collarbone length "clavicut." [Elle]

In between legal disputes, Dolce & Gabanna found time to debut an almost NSFW behind-the-scenes video of their Intense fragrance campaign, shot by Mario Testino. [Refinery29]

Remember that Father John Misty fragrance we told you about? Well according to professional beauty hipster/indie perfumer Sanae Barber who created the scent, it's ready and it smells like weed. "I think with any kind of scent, it is related to drugs and getting high because it creates an experience," she says. [The Cut]—Alyssa Carroll