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ICYMI all over your Instagram feed, Chanel had a pretty wild time in Dallas last night.
Kristen Stewart had plenty to be happy about last night at the Chanel Métiers d’Art show — not that you could tell.
Forget pesky mother nature, the Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show slated for tonight in Dallas must go on and is in the final hours of preparation as we write. While the worst of the weather seems to have passed the Lone Star state, if any of the editors who received the ‘golden ticket‘ find themselves with a flight delay and time to kill, they should take the Telegraph’s suggestion and pay a visit to Coco Chanel’s bedroom in the Texan city.
Frozen just got a whole lot more relevant.
Anytime Karl Lagerfeld is front row and center, you can expect a bevy of Hollywood stars bedecked in Chanel — and such was the scene last night at the Museum of Modern Art 2013 Film Benefit.
Last night, January Jones played co-host for Chloé’s star-studded Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Dinner held at Ron Burkle’s sprawling Green Acres Estate in Beverly Hills.
We tend to think Diane Kruger is at her best when wrapped in one of Chanel’s Little Black Jackets — particularly when they’re of the borrowed-from-the-boys variety — but she could do no wrong last night in her Spring 2013 couture dress with floral appliqué.
As Jay Z’s ‘Picasso, Baby’ blared through the Grand Palais’ palatial halls, the models — clad in black crop wigs, sharp Siouxsie Sioux eye makeup, and oversize pearl chokers — stomped past larger-than-life paintings, sculptures, and giant Chanel C’s.
We love our Ray Bans to death, but are still a little disappointed that our precious new Prada’s rank behind them on the ‘cool’ list.
Elle‘s new “Inside Chanel” video series is everything Coco Avant Chanel wasn’t: highly informative, fast-paced and totally in English.
Coco didn’t even let Pablo Picasso paint her portrait when he wanted to.
A Chanel show is like an inverted magic trick. It’s on-the-edge-of-your-seat enchanting, but none of the thrill is lost when you know how it’s put together. And if there’s one thing better than Chanel Haute Couture, it’s Chanel Haute Couture in high-def motion.
If anyone can use shaky cam, blood pressure-raising music, and voodoo dolls to successfully hawk thousand-dollar dresses, it’s Karl Lagerfeld.
One of the best things about a Chanel show is seeing how Karl reinvents the Grand Palais. A giant gold lion? A luxe Mumbai banquet? A looming globe? All things he’s done in the past, but for Chanel’s Fall 2013 Haute Couture show he just decided to tear the whole thing up dystopian fiction style and chuck in a whole bunch of rubble, because that’s how the Kaiser rolls.
Given that it’s late afternoon on a rainy Tuesday, we’re feeling particularly susceptible to jealousy right now, so the front rows of Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris are a big ol’ kick in the face that just hurts so damn good. Sure the shows themselves are providing plenty to rave about. Multi-media modeling, high-octane colors and NAOMI FREAKIN’ CAMPBELL — but it’s who’s occupying the prime seats that we want to see.
We have yet to see someone parading down Prince Street with the much buzzed-about Chanel hula hoop bag, but the infamous design has landed its second magazine cover, slung over the shoulder of Isabel Scholten on the summer issue of ELLE Netherlands.
There are some fathers out there who have everything. And that’s a tough problem to have come Father’s Day, but fear not offspring of Old Sports everywhere. We’ve done some digging for dads and with the shopping list below, you can skip the Sports Authority and secure gifts to the tune of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci. If these luxurious sporting goods aren’t to his liking, feel free to send them our way.
In honor of the French house’s largest shop in the world, which opens today on London’s New Bond Street, we’ve scoured the over 180 mono-brand boutiques worldwide looking for the house’s most luxe outposts. Here, we’ve narrowed down the 6 Chanel shops on our bucket list, from the City of Lights to the land down under.
The Cannes Film festival shows the movies we can’t stop talking about, and celebrates the stars who outshine even themselves year after year (see: Nicole Kidman and Paz Vega, for a start). Today, it was refreshing to see a group of girls, nascent in their Hollywood lives, take to a red carpet like seasoned pros.