Marc Jacobs is selling his personal art and décor


Marc Jacobs is selling his personal art and décor

Fans of Marc Jacobs now have the chance to bring more of his style into their home, with the American fashion designer selling items from his personal art and décor collection.

Jacobs is selling off various furniture items and art pieces via Sotheby’s Home ahead of his move from New York City to a home in Westchester County.

Among the unusual collection of items for sale are a $395 lobster candle holder, a $495 sheep sculpture, and two $12,995 upholstered fauteuils.

Jacobs also sold a number of paintings and artworks from his Greenwich Village townhouse at the end of 2019.

The designer is moving into a Frank Lloyd Wright home known as the Max Hoffman House in Rye, New York.

He revealed the motivation behind selling off the items in an interview with Sotheby’s last year.

“I’m not Marie Kondo,” he said. “I didn’t decide everything must go.…When you move into a Frank Lloyd Wright house, there isn’t a lot of wall space and you can’t hang a lot of paintings.

“As much as I will have a difficult time parting with them, I just felt it’s time to give myself this window to start again.”



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