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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

50 years old and fitter than ever! As Marc Jacobs celebrates landmark birthday, his transformation from overweight geek to fashion's hottest designer

By MARGOT PEPPERS

He's HOW old? An extremely toned Marc Jacobs looked in better shape than ever as he celebrated his 50th birthday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this weekend

Marc Jacobs has never looked better than he did this weekend as he celebrated his 50th birthday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The fashion designer, whose birthday is on Tuesday, flaunted his toned and tattooed body as he frolicked on the beach with his equally buff porn star boyfriend Harry Louis, who proudly posted a picture of his muscular beau on Instagram.
While he looks fantastic for his age now, Mr Jacobs has undergone quite the transformation since the beginning of his career, when his disheveled appearance included unkempt hair, baggy clothes and a considerably heftier build.

Birthday suit: Now, Mr Jacobs is proud to show off his toned body. For Bang, his signature fragrance, the designer posed nude with just the bottle of cologne covering his lap

Back in the Nineties, the New York native began his fashion career by designing for sportswear label Perry Ellis.
While he did not show off his body in those days, even under clothes he appeared visibly less muscular than he is now, and his tattoos were not yet apparent.

In the Nineties: Mr Jacobs sported long locks and baggier clothes at the beginning of his career in 1990

In 1992, Mr Jacobs showed his 'grunge' collection for the label.
To reflect the times, as well as his collection, Mr Jacobs sported long shaggy hair, a broody stare and baggy clothes - a far cry from his trim, polished look of today.
And towards the end of the decade, the designer began to appear noticeably disheveled and out-of-shape.
In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, he recalled: 'I never took care of my appearance. I was like, "Who cares? I'm in the studio 16 hours a day, and nobody sees me."'

In the buff: Once his body began attracting the attention of other men, 'It was hard to keep my clothes on,' says Mr Jacobs, who stripped off for a Diet Coke ad as the soda's new creative director

Even in 2005, Mr Jacobs appeared more geek than chic.
His signature look at the time included large framed glasses, a slight double chin and floppy, unkempt hair.
But a year later, the designer finally decided to change his lifestyle.
'I had 20per cent body fat,' he said in the interview, adding that at the time he was eating nothing but junk food.
He began following the advice of a nutritionist, who told him to cut out caffeine, sugar, white flour and dairy, and to exercise every day.

source: dailymail



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