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Basking under the Italian sun in gauzy Valentino couture sounds pretty heavenly right about now, doesn’t it? Alas, we’re sitting inside on a frigid New York Monday, so we’ll have to settle for living vicariously through Freja Beha Erichsen for now.
Because Karl Lagerfeld doesn’t already have a lot on his plate, the designer’s latest project is a photo exhibit in Saint Moritz, Switzerland that features images of his muses etched onto glass panels.
If you had asked us yesterday what skaters and supermodels had in common, we would have said that they both like guys in rock bands. Today we know better, because Swiss skate shop Doodah has released their third installment in a series called the Supermodel Deck Project.
Man oh man do we love ourselves a good, artsy, conceptual magazine cover, and for its September issue, Pop magazine gave us not just one, but three.
It’s been almost two months since former Vogue Paris editrix Carine Roitfeld nabbed herself a job styling a Chanel campaign, and now we finally know what it’s going to look like! Instead of being set in Chanel’s Paris flagship on the Rue Cambon or in a scintillatingly French budoir somewhere, the shots took place in a simple photobooth.
It’s only fitting that the May issue of Vogue UK is totally and completely royal wedding-obsessed. Not only is there a feature on Kate Middleton (who they call Catherine), a piece on fashion brides, and guide to being a perfect wedding guest, the magazine also went all out when it came to the cover.
Remember when former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld said she sort of missed being a freelancer? Well, it looks like she missed it a lot, because just weeks after word got out about her styling project with Barneys, we hear she’s also working with Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel.
The yellow Miu Miu dress you’re looking at is an exquisite creation. But how could it end up on three different high-fashion magazine covers?
This is the world’s most terrifying fashion ad, particularly if you’re a woman. Click through to see why.
Remember a few weeks ago when we gave you a sneak peak into Chanel’s gorilla photo shoot in St. Tropez? Well, the trailer for Karl Lagerfeld’s next short film, Remember Me, was released earlier today in all its model-heavy glory.
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.
For the last two days, breathless New York-based bloggers (ourselves included!) have been following the Internet’s every update of Karl Lagerfeld’s presence in the city. And now, the piece de resistance comes via Nitro:licious: video of the Kaiser himself, first being lowered in a bucket crane and then, well, walking around and doing what one does on a photoshoot. It’s mesmerizing.