Even though Marc Jacobs has already bid adieu to his creative post at Louis Vuitton, the designer has left us with one last farewell in the form of a powerful final campaign for the French fashion house.

Louis Vuitton's newly-released ads feature the Spring/Summer 2014 collection, Jacobs' last for the brand, along with the Noé bag. Sitting for a series of dark, Steven Meisel-lensed portraits, the all-star model cast of Jacobs' muses, which include Catherine Deneuve, Sofia Coppola, Gisele Bündchen, Fan Bingbing, Caroline de Maigret and Edie Campbell, perfectly captures the ethos of the designer's swan song.

"It's not a melancholic campaign," Frédéric Winckler, Vuitton’s communications and events director, told Women's Wear Daily. "It's really celebrating women who inspire Marc."

Each lady featured in the ads truly did make indelible marks on the brand during Jacobs' 16-year tenure. Coppola not only designed the SC bag in 2009, but she's also collaborated with Louis Vuitton on designing store windows. Denueve, a living French style icon (a phrase we don't use lightly), has appeared in the brand's ads in the past, as has Bündchen. Oh, and Campbell was the good sport who traipsed down Jacobs' final Vuitton runway in that massive headpiece.

Take a look at Jacobs' final ads for Louis Vuitton below -- and take notes, Nicolas Ghesquière.

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Marc's style has certainly inspired others...

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  • March 2004 with Shelby Bryan & Anna Wintour

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  • September 2004 with Jennifer Lopez

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  • October 2004 with Lil' Kim

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  • December 2004 at the Annual Marc Jacobs Holiday Party

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  • February 2005 with Beyonce & Tina Knowles

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  • March 2005 with Winona Ryder

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  • February 2006 with Lindsay Lohan & Camilla Al Fayed

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  • September 2007 with Carmen Electra

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  • November 2007 with Heidi Klum

  • January 2008 with Rachel Zoe

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  • February 2008 with Victoria Beckham

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  • November 2008 with Lorenzo Martone

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  • Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear at New York Fashion Week

    Front row footage from the Marc by Marc Jacobs ready-to-wear collection at New York Fashion Week Fall 2013. With nods to '70s silhouettes, Marc Jacobs lit up Lincoln Center tonight with his Fall '13 Marc by Marc Jacobs collection. True to form, you'll find new iterations of the designer's all-over prints - brilliant hues dotting dresses and checks taking over smart blazers. Altogether, he crafts a cool balance between a lineup of statement prints and more understated, menswear-inspired suiting.

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