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Marc Jacobs cosmetics line to hit Sephora stores in August

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Marc Jacobs Beauty is coming soon to Sephora

Marc Jacobs Beauty is coming soon


Fans of American fashion designer Marc Jacobs already know he's perfected the handbag and the art of creating a best-selling fragrance; but what else can this award-winning designer do to excite his loyal followers?

Makeup.

The news came last year in April that he was working on a beauty line with Sephora, but we've been biting our nails to find out a launch date. Well, it's here! Get ready to storm the Sephora stores on 8-09-13. That's 85 days, 13 hours, 15 minutes and 30 seconds. Okay, so there's a countdown clock on his website so we're literally counting the days and minutes til the launch. You can also submit your email address to receive updates about pre-sales and news on the launch.

Are you as excited about this launch as we are? We'll be at Sephora on the day of the launch, so stay tuned for our coverage on this new product line. Be sure to follow @marcbeauty on Twitter.

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