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Vanessa Paradis may seem like the perfect face for Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel ads, but once upon a time, Lily Allen was the designer’s shining star. According to Contact Music, a source close to the designer claims that the Karl didn’t simply find a new muse, but that Allen was dropped from the ad campaign because of her hardcore party girl image.
We’ve always thought ourselves pretty productives member of society — a Puritan work ethic and all of that. But Karl Lagerfeld just makes us feel like total sloths. We’ve barely had a week to collect our drool from the covetable St. Tropez parade that was his Cruise collection and the man has already shot the accompanying advertising campaign. Does he ever sleep?
It seems like Karl Lagerfeld may have a crush on Vanessa Paradis. She is not only the current the face of Coco Rouge lipstick, but has now replaced Lily Allen in this season’s Coco Cocoon ads.
Karl Lagerfeld is at it again, this time in Saint Tropez, where he was seen shooting a short film with Heidi Mount, Karoline Kurkova, Freja Beha Erichsen, and a bevy of other bold-faced models.
Chanel No. 5, created in 1921, was Coco’s first fragrance and unlike most other perfumes, no changes have ever been made to alter its scent. It is estimated that that a bottle of the scent is sold every 55 seconds throughout world. The fragrance may have remained the same, but the advertising certainly hasn’t. Today’s Time Warp pays homage to five of our favorite Chanel No. 5 advertisements of all time.