And some (ahem, Cara Delevingne) paired theirs with Supreme.
And Taylor Swift is now a godmother.
Whether or not you know what they "do," it doesn't matter. They still sell clothes.
For a man with many muses, it's nice to see that Karl Lagerfeld isn't opposed to revisiting an old favorite once in a while.
While most designers prefer to shyly pop their heads out at the end of a runway show, take a quick bow, and GTFO, Dame Viv made a scene of her entrance, purposefully, it seemed, upstaging the collection she'd just shown. Why? Well, she's trying to start a revolution.
To promote their new Boy Chanel bag, Karl Lagerfeld goes all The Artist on us with a silent mini-film, starring campaign face Alice Dellal. Despite t
Chanel just released an interview with their newest campaign girl, Alice Dellal, who will front the label's Boy Chanel handbag line. Fitting, becaus
Those recent rumors that Alice Dellal would be the newest face of a Chanel campaign are true. Chanel just released an image of her shoot with Karl L
Karl Lagerfeld does not shy away from quirky ladies to front his Chanel bag campaigns: Lily Allen was a recent face, as was the more model-esque Blake Lively. But Karl definitely has punk proclivities, as evidenced by his new harder-edged, lower-priced Karl line; perhaps his immersion in that recent project explains his rumored choice for Chanel's next bag lady.
LONDON--A recent flood of fashion films is promising to bridge the velvet-roped gap between front-row editors and the glossy-buying populace while giving designers yet another medium through which to express and control their brands. At London's City Arts & Music Project the public was invited to a S/S 11 Video Re-See of films by handful of London Fashion Week's most promising young talents including knitwear designer Craig Lawrence, art deco printmaster Holly Fulton and Alice Dellal collaborator and jewelry designer Dominic Jones. Here are the highlights, as well a word with Craig Lawrence on being a fish out of water: