Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show featured a total of 88 looks worn by top models, Kaia Gerber, Anna Ewers, Grace Elizabeth, Soo Joo Park and more clad in classic Chanel tweeds, knits, and peacoats — 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.
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.
The model is getting back to her roots, showing a major grow-out of her formerly blonde tresses. Makeup artist Jo Baker detailed how she created Jackson’s soft look on Instagram, starting with a burnt orange smoky eye, and finishing the look with Chanel‘s Rouge Allure nude lipstick.
Amazon Prime Day offers deals on everything from tech to furniture, but there's a surprising lack of buzz around fashion deals on the internet giant's site.
Inspired by the New York City hip-hop scene, the Valentino Resort 2018 show had something for everyone. Plus, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and more.
We’ve found five new bags that will make every summer outing a mega-stylish one. Not to mention plenty of essentials to pack them full of.
Chanel is accused of cultural appropriation for selling a pricey boomerang. Why would shoppers get a regular off-the-rack boomerang when they could get a designer one? Yes, Chanel sells a boomerang — the V-shaped Frisbee-like hunting tool used by indigenous peoples around the world.
The Duchess of Cambridge has already spent more than $71,000 on her wardrobe in 2017, making this the duchess's most expensive style year yet.
In 1955, Coco Chanel introduced the 2.55 bag — with its signature “Mademoiselle” lock — and it changed the handbag forever. Not only did the bag, with its chain strap, free up women’s hands, it also became a Chanel icon and created the concept of an “it” bag. For 2017, meet the Gabrielle from Chanel.
It’s 1979, and a handful of American women living in Paris meet for a pseudo-support group. How to be as chic as the French women they see in their new city. Acting as a fly on the wall in that group was Joan Juliet Buck, the former French Vogue editor, who was doing research for a screenplay that included Americans in Paris.
It is mid March and rather than getting ready for spring, we have blizzard, snow and freezing temperatures! To help combat this severe weather and so far no sign of spring, here are 15 fun and tropical inspired accessories to help lift our winter blues and hopefully give us a glimmer of sunnier times to come! Add these pieces to any outfits and guarantee it will be a mood lifter, it might be below freezing outside but who says Dolce & Gabbana or Chanel can’t help us feel a little more happier?!Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, ...
Fashion week started at the beginning of February in New York, and after four and bit weeks, it just ended in Paris with the Louis Vuitton show. Do people care about the new president and the state of the world or fashion shows? Yes to them all! If all shows were as out of this world as a Chanel show or as fun of a celebration as Stella McCartney or as breathtakingly beautiful as the Alexander McQueen show, then fashion shows are most definitely not passé!
Anyone can see the livestream, but to be a true fashion insider, check out these invite-only details from today’s space-themed show. 1. The “Astronauts” Had Protection When the Chanel rocket ship blasted off in the Grand Palais, it came with flames, sparks, and tons of smoke. Models closest to the launch site put on huge reflective sunglasses—like ski visors but chicer—to shield their eyes from the glare (while still looking amazing.) 2. ...
As a rule, Chanel’s fashion shows generally have nothing to do with being basic and everything to do with over-the-top epicness. Case in point: the French brand’s Paris Fashion Week fall/winter 2017 runway. For starters, a rocket ship “launched” at the beginning of the intergalactic extravaganza. No, it did not break through the Grand Palais’s glass ceiling, but yes, it did serve as a literal (and expensive, reportedly around $80,000) embodiment of the space theme, which was so on point, it even included the models’ beauty look.
Chanel transformed the Grand Palais in Paris into a space station complete with a rocket ship for its Paris Fashion Week show. On Tuesday, Chanel hosted its Fall/Winter 2017 ready-to-wear fashion show at its usual venue, the Grand Palais in Paris. Over the years, Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel have transformed the exhibition hall into whatever they want: a data storage center, an airport, un supermarché.
Kristen Stewart is using her spread in the new issue of V Magazine to show a different side of herself: a vibrant, colorful side. The inside spread is blazer-heavy and full of praise for Chanel’s head designer, and Stewart’s good friend, Karl Lagerfeld.
“What can be called ‘new’ in clothing?” Yves Saint Laurent asked an Elle reporter in 1971, after the release of what critics deemed a tasteless retrospective. “From peplum to stockings, everything has been done and redone a hundred times.” Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce, the founders and creative heads of Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, did more than pay tribute to their archives; they recycled parts of them in their most recent runway show. Three of the dresses presented during the Feb. 26 Milan Fashion Week event had already been shown on the D&G runway — 12 years ago.
After days of back-and-forth sniping between Meryl Streep and Karl Lagerfeld over her Oscars gown, all eyes were on the actress tonight. What dress caused her to allegedly ditch Chanel at the last minute?
While most designers would drop everything to dress Meryl Streep, count Karl Lagerfeld out. According to Chanel’s head designer and creative director, the actress was enamored with a gray silk gown from the brand’s most recent couture collection and wanted to wear it to the Oscars on Sunday night, just with a few adjustments, including a higher neckline. It is against her ethics and simply is not true.” Streep is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Florence Foster Jenkins.