Designer Marc Jacobs, 58, Shared Photos Documenting His Recent Face Lift

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Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
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Marc Jacobs has been dictating trends for three decades, but the designer’s most recent showstopper wasn’t on the runway. Instead, Jacobs dropped a post-face-lift photo (gauze and all) onto his Instagram feed, and it’s all anyone wants to talk about.

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Captioned “Yesterday. #f*ckgravity #livelovelift,” the post also tagged Manhattan plastic surgeon Andrew Jacono, MD, who performed the well-documented facelifts of Real Housewives of New York City cast member Sonja Morgan and plastic surgeon and Botched star Paul Nassif, MD.

Jacobs didn’t share exactly why he went under the knife, but after 18 months of staring at (and critiquing) ourselves on Zoom screens, the inclination to improve what we see is relatable. For example, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons found in a recent survey that interest in plastic surgery rose 11% in the past year among surgery virgins and that 35% of women who have had prior surgery now plan on doing more.

In the comments under Jacobs’ post, friends and followers supported the designer’s transparency around a traditionally taboo topic and wished him a speedy recovery. And model Carolyn Murphy wrote what most (including Jacobs) are now thinking: “Can’t wait to see the results.”

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Yesterday, Jacobs obliged, sharing a first look at his new face. "Three days after. Ready for lewks," he wrote in the post's caption.

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