Some people are uncomfortable with the teenage model's provocative pose in her handbag campaign for the famed French fashion house.
The actress and husband Ryan Reynolds fended off breakup rumors by going glam for the premiere of "A Quiet Place" on Monday night.
The Coco Neige and Coco Beach lines designed by Karl Lagerfeld will be timed to hit select stores with Chanel’s resort and pre-fall lines.
Coco Mademoiselle just got a makeover, and if you’ve veered from one of the most well-known scents of all time, it’s time to get reacquainted.
Last spring, it was all about net and mesh bags. But for this upcoming season, clear PVC "grocery"-style handbags are here to complete the trifecta of bag transparency.
Presley Gerber tattooed sister Kaia’s name on his body — is that weird? Eighteen-year-old Presley inked the 16-year-old model’s name on his left arm along with the Roman Numeral 23, at Bang Bang Tattoos in New York City, with girlfriend Charlotte D’Alessio and Kaia present. It’s a mystery why Presley chose the number 23, but some guessed it’s in honor of Kaia’s January 23rd couture show debut at Chanel during Paris Fashion Week.
This shimmering Chanel couture look has a whopping 123,670 embellishments—and that doesn’t even include the boots. Here, the house shares exclusive details and images of how the dress was made.
Dress-detesting brides, rejoice! Chanel just solidified the pantsuit as an alternative to bridal gowns. As tradition has it, fashion houses showing during Paris Couture Fashion Week feature a wedding look for the finale. This year, Karl Lagerfeld veiled Dutch model Luna Bijl the bride-to-be — but there was no gown in sight. Instead, the designer made a major statement by putting her in a white pantsuit. Bijl strutted down the garden-themed runway in a tuxedo — white tapered pants, vest, and oversized bowtie — with ostrich feathered sleeves, fascinator, and train and skirt cape combination, giving the structured look a feminine vibe. Don’t let the feathers fool you — this was one of the most androgynous bridal looks out there. It fits right in with the more inclusive world many in the fashion industry are aiding to create. Eschewing gender norms even further, the show featured a flower boy : Hudson Kroenig, Karl Lagerfeld’s godson who has made cameos in every show for the past few seasons, waltzed down the runway in white tossing pink petals. While this isn’t the first time Lagerfeld put a bride in a suit. In fact, Kendall Jenner wore a white wedding pantsuit in Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2015 show. That look featured faintly flared pants and a blazer with a deep v-neckline. The jacket had a veil spilling down from Jenner’s shoulders. Both of these ensembles prove that suits are fit for just about any occasion, considering they’re glamorous, and gorgeous, with an ounce of femininity for those who want it. Carolina Herrera jumped on the pants bandwagon when she debuted a crepe suit for her Spring 2017 bridal collection . As did Sachin & Babi, Lela Rose , and Oscar de la Renta all in 2018. Lucky for nontraditional yet non-loaded brides, those aren’t the only designers who acknowledge your existence. Danielle Frankel designs stunning suits for the bride seeking something similar. Jumpsuits have been considered appropriate bridal attire for a few years now, with designers like Theia , Christian Siriano and Viktor & Rolf showing wedding one-pieces on the runway. It isn’t surprising that pantsuits have gone from groom to bride. Female suits have been having a major moment in fashion over the last few years. And we probably have Hilary Clinton to thank for that (among other things). As first lady, then as secretary of state, then as Democratic presidential nominee, she became famous for her pantsuits . Clinton’s look became a standalone phenomenon, even inspiring Beyoncé to wear one while performing at one of Clinton’s campaign stops. Everybody onstage was wearing a pantsuit, for that matter, right down to those backup dancers. Her supporters wore pantsuits to the polls. The once solely professional trend has bled onto the red carpet. Eva Longoria adopted the look long ago, making it sultry by skipping a shirt almost every time. At last year’s Golden Globes, Evan Rachel Wood made menswear her own in a sexy tuxedo. But it was at this year’s Golden Globes when the pantsuit felt fitting for many women. While those representing the advocacy organization Time’s Up made a visible statement by wearing all black, it would appear pants held the same power. Stars like Alison Brie, Laurie Metcalf, Rita Moreno, Christina Hendricks, Kyra Sedgwick, and Susan Sarandon ditched the dress for what some might perceive as a more masculine look. All of that brought us to Chanel’s Haute Couture big bridal reveal. And if Chanel says OK, it’s here to stay. But if you still can’t find the right bridal suit, just swap outfits with your significant other, like this awesome couple did. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show featured a total of 88 looks worn by top models — all topped with jewel-ornamented Elbsegler sailor caps.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump held hands at the Christmas tree lighting. Washington, D.C. lit up on Thursday evening as President Donald Trump and first lady Melania hosted the 95th annual National Christmas Tree lighting.
Anyone arguing that Kaia Gerber isn’t her model mom Cindy Crawford ’s “mini-me,” should see their high school photos. Crawford on the right) and their resemblance is flat-out undeniable. “School pics, now and then,” Crawford write on the Tuesday post with more than 200,000 likes.
His sketch shows the Nazi leader thanking Angela Merkel for inadvertently allowing the far right to reenter Germany's parliament.
First lady Melania Trump switched from her hurricane relief outfit to high fashion for a White House dinner Thursday night after a whirlwind day that included a trip to storm-ravaged Florida.
If you found yourself in New York around 15th Street on the far west side recently, you might have noticed a simple billboard lofted above the High Line (it’s since replaced by an image of a lolling Emily Ratajkowski for DKNY). It wasn’t much, just a black field upon which sat a quote in white block text, attributed to Gabrielle Chanel: “I decided who I wanted to be, and that is who I am.” It was the kind of readymade inspirational aphorism that seems lab-engineered for marketing copy — a “Just Do It” for the two-tone slingback set.