Marc Jacobs Hearts Provincetown
By Nick Burns
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
If you've been reading Popnography (like you should), then you've already heard about the hub bub caused by the Marc by Marc Jacobs store opening in the fabulous, beachy, gay paradise that is Provincetown. What our sister forgot to mention was that while the t-shirts and totes emblazoned with vintage-beefcake images—designed to raise money for the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM)—are absolutely charming, it's the delicious 80s-inspired Blondie tees that are spreading through Chelsea like wildfire.
The super soft cotton t-shirts feature a large black pop print of Deborah Harry looking like an early 80s supervixen with a slightly bored and bitchy look in her bright blue eyes that will stare down any non-blondie-believer.
Pick one up for just $20. Hell, for $20, you could get one in each of the 9 colors. Not only does it make Marc Jacobs' clothes more accessible to all, it warms the heart to know that the proceeds benefit PAAM.
$20, exclusively at Marc by Marc Jacobs stores.
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