We honestly can't imagine loving the Marc Jacobs label anymore than we do, but apparently the designer, who left his post at Louis Vuitton to focus on his own labels, wants to give his eponymous labels a revamp. In an interview with W, Jacobs shared several changes he's considering, including renaming the Marc by Marc Jacobs label, redesigning the logo and packaging, and moving his main line to Paris Fashion Week. "It feels like an opportunity to clean house and redecorate and renovate and get in touch with what initially made us tick, you know?" he said. We can also expect to see big changes in the handbags, which Jacobs left to a design team to do. "Unfortunately, without my involvement, you get a lot of merchandisers telling the design team what to do," he admitted. "It got very polluted and diluted and lost its identity, and I think that’s the same with the shoes. Not to blame anybody, but things slipped, and the only one who can change that is me."
Agyness Deyn has been collaborating with British footwear brand Dr. Martens for four seasons but now the English model/actress has decided to break out on her own to create a fashion label, and this girl isn't playing--she has plans to put out four collections a year. The contemporary line is called Title A and features the menswear-inspired aesthetic that Deyn is best known for, with prices ranging from $100 to $625. The line is set to launch this March and will only be available on its website, but our guess is other retailers will want to pick it up as well.