According to reports, talks between the two have hit a rough patch because Marc and his business partner Robert Duffy want at least 8 figures (or $10 million) EACH and a better benefits plan to make the move.
As of right now, they're both one of the highest paid designers and executives in the fashion biz, but the Dior job would be a lot more work.
On top of his own line, Jacobs would have to create two couture collections on top of the two ready-to-wear and pre-collections each year.
We're sure if they want him bad enough, they'll strike a deal that's good for all three parties.
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