Perhaps you’ll recall that Cara Delevingne, a rare true supermodel in a declining landscape of “supermodels,” technically quit modeling last year so she could focus on starring in excellent films such as Suicide Squad, Paper Towns, and Pan. Her “retirement” led to a slew of devastated-sounding eulogies for her career…
Once and Forever, Karl Lagerfeld’s short film which stars Kristen Stewart, premiered during the debut of Chanel’s pre-fall collection in Rome on Tuesday. Stewart doesn’t actually play the fashion house’s founder, Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, but plays an actress who is portraying Coco in a biopic.
Clothing in nineteenth-century Europe and America was so thoroughly dangerous, it’s amazing anyone survived.
With multiple campaigns under her belt, Kristen Stewart is close to becoming a seasoned vet when it comes to Chanel. Now, the actress is taking on the role of Coco Chanel in an upcoming short film from Karl Lagerfeld.
When Austin-based photographer Jaime Moore was deciding how to snap photos of her daughter Emma to remember her 5th birthday, she combed the Internet for visual inspiration — and, naturally, came across a ton of young girls dressed up like Disney princess on their birthdays.
Over at The Gloss, Jennifer Wright has a fascinating round-up of Coco Chanel's activities in support of Nazism and fascism prior, during, and after World War II. Fascinating but also harrowing. And replete with anti-Semitic cartoons.
Fashionista asks, "Is the model in this new (and awesome) Chanel lipstick film saying ‘Men hate women who read'?" Well, no, she's not. She is saying:
The night mostly belongs to Coco Chanel, but also a little bit to Bill Clinton, since it's his birthday, too. In other words, if this night were a pie, Coco Chanel would get pretty much all of it and Bill Clinton would get that first "test piece" whose crust gets left behind in the pan.
A new biography of Coco Chanel sheds more light on her wartime activities, and the house of Chanel seems to be bracing itself for backlash. What was ol' Gabrielle up to during World War II? Palling around with Nazis at the Ritz, basically — but the house of Chanel is denying that its founder and namesake spied for the…
The best thing about Johnny Weir? Not his skating, his artfully coiffed hair, or his unabashed love of Chanel. It's his ability to create instant soundbites. Weir has a gift for spouting insane, enjoyable, marvelous proclamations.
On last night's Rachel Zoe Project, the team (minus Taylor) went to Paris fashion week, where Rachel "literally" felt like dying and "literally" felt like "a cow about to moo." She also went shopping (duh) and toured Coco Chanel's apartment.