Karl Lagerfeld has directed a short video, Reincarnation, featuring Pharrell Williams and Cara Delevingne, to be fully unveiled with the launch of Chanel’s Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 Métiers d’art collection that will be shown on December 2 in Salzburg.
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Every year, Chanel puts together a Métiers d’Art collection that celebrates the expertise of its specialist ateliers in grand style, and following last year’s exhibition in Dallas Karl Lagerfeld is now turning to Salzburg, an Austrian city renowned for its appreciation of history and fine traditions.
New York Fashion Week will open next month with a fashionable military twist, when 15 female servicewomen will participate in “Salute the Runway”, a fashion show slated for September 3 in the tents of Lincoln Center. (more…)
Nothing could be more quintessentially autumn-friendly than a biker jacket. And from what we’ve seen at New York Fashion Week, fall ‘13 will offer up plenty of quirky and modified new versions of the tried-and-true wardrobe staple. Here’s a kickstart to get you revving.
As New York Fashion Week barrels on (are we there yet?), gray, in its umpteenth tones, has emerged as the color of choice—or rather, anti-color. From textured dresses to tech-wear befitting the slopes of Bormio, heather, dove, charcoal, and more will play a key role in many a fall wardrobe, for men and women alike. (more…)
Jean Paul Gaultier’s woman for spring ‘13 couture is, apparently, the sort of client who favors the conscious celebration of bad taste — think western fringed jackets, bra-revealing bombers, and gilded snakeskin trenches. Where Gaultier has so often taken the louche and the decadent and spun them with elegant, eccentric, only-in-Paris effect, this time his effort fell flat — its joie de vivre eviscerated by its aimlessness.
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Picciolo have, by now, firmly established themselves as worthy and innovative successors at Valentino. Their couture presentation this week was awe-inspiring, not merely for the grandiose beauty of the gowns, but for the sheer amount of time dedicated to the craft —nay, art.