Has taking photos by Marc Jacobs’ Bleecker Street shop window become a holiday tradition for you? Don’t get too surprised when you don’t see any fun holiday props decorating the window for your photos and selfies this year; there’s no holiday photo window. For 2013, the photo window has instead been replaced by a photo truck. The truck changes locations every weekend so you need to stay tuned to the @MARCJACOBSINTL Twitter account to find out where you’ll be posing for the photographer. That’s right, you’re gonna have to work for it if you want your MJ holiday photos this season!
Before you get upset over the Bleecker Street shop’s lack of holiday decor this year (like the photo-obsessed crowd in the video below), look for Marc’s Photo Truck.
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