The latest Chanel film is titled “Reincarnation,” starring Pharrell Williams and Cara Delevingne and directed by Karl Lagerfeld. Chanel has revealed a 40-second teaser of the film which will be unveilled in full on Chanel.com on December 1, in celebration of the French brand’s Métiers d’Art show in Salzburg.
The clip shows one of the faces of the brand, British model and actress Cara Delevingne, dancing with American singer Pharrell Williams, who also composed the film’s soundtrack. In the film the pair are seen wearing clothes that take the viewer back to the full glories of the Vienna imperial court.
Lagerfeld said that Williams mentioned himt hat he’d like to work with Delevingne.
When Cara Delevingne heard that she would star with Pharell Williams, the 22-year-old said “I was so happy, I think I screamed Read more »
Franck Sorbier is organising a prize draw to win a dress of Haute Couture. It is a very special dress worn by the French Pop Star Milen Farmer during one of her musical Tour.
If you buy a t-shirt Franck Sorbier (click here), you might win that dress. Take a chance now.
Of course, there will also be
2 invitations at the next Franck Sorbier’ s Winter 2015-2016 collection in January along with a night in a four star hotel (on 8th July 2015) and invitations at the closing date of the 2015- 2016 Winter Haute Couture collections in presence of Franck Sorbier on 8th July 2015.
1 tickets for the 2015-2016 Winter Haute Couture collection
+ a exceptional drawing dedicated by Franck Sorbier Read more »
Canadian twin brothers from Willowdale Ontario, Dean and Dan Caten have been operating in the international fashion business since 1984. They moved to New York City in 1983 to attend the Parson’s School of Design and in 1991 came to Italy where in 1994, after many collaborations with the most important fashion houses, they had their first men’s collection show, marking the first in a long succession of runway extravaganzas that were to capture the attention of journalists and buyers for their perfect combination of fashion, music and theater.
The intelligent mix of irreverent Canadian wit and refined Italian tailoring, Read more »
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The American model, who is part of the clan Kardashian, famed for her no reality, will star in a new campaign for a beauty brand. That was shot on the back of a motorbike for the print images. It includes a two minute film which explore’s Kendall’s relationship with the brand and her joy at becoming “a part of this family.”
Kendall suddenly jumped into the fashion A-league in 2014. Her runway debut came early this year in the Fall/Winter 2014 shows, in which she walked for Marc Jacobs in New York City and then followed up with the Giles show in London. Rocking up in Paris for her first ever season on the runway, she then managed to bag slots at Givenchy and Chanel (where her big sister Kim Kardashian’s connections can’t Read more »
Today, we met Bernard Arnault at the new Trade show “Mes Créateurs Joailliers” in Paris downtown. After having lunched at “Le Coste” place St-Germain des Près, with his family he decided to have a glance at the fine Jewellery exhibition held at the Palais de l’Industrie.
Myrtille Mousson, who is the organiser, was quite impressed for the first edition of her show to meet the Magna of the Luxe. After an instant of panic she guided Monsieur Arnauld and explained to him why it lead her to organise such a show.
Monsieur Arnault found that some of the jellewery designers were very Read more »
“Mirror and Secrets” could have been called the new book of the fashion historian, Jéromine Savignon, who tells the story of the process behind the designer’s couture collections.
Published by Actes Sud, the book is published in both French and English, and contains around 40 unreleased images — including sketches and photographs of the designer at work in various studios — along with quotes from Pierre Bergé. Photographers include Marc Riboud, Jeanloup Sieff and François-Marie Banier.
The author divides the designer’s creation process into five acts. “The process is a dogged pursuit of perfection in an almost mute effervescence,”. Read more »
In 2003, Monica Botkier introduced the Trigger Bag, which became incredibly popular on both the strength of its rock-n-roll-luxury design and its accessible, mid-three-figures price tag. Over the next decade, the contemporary market exploded, and Botkier’s bags were carried by everyone from Rihanna to Angelina Jolie. For Fall 2014, the brand is debuting a newly expanded line, which looks to the future while playing on Botkier’s well-loved classics.
The Leroy satchel is the new season’s marquee bag, with clean details and a luxurious finish Read more »
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier at the Grand Palais in Paris. From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is a phenomenon that has wowed over a million visitors on its international tour. In its tenth stop here in Paris, after Montréal, Dallas, San Francisco, Madrid, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Brooklyn, London and Australia, the show is a high point in Jean Paul Gaultier’s career.
An exhibition organised by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts with the Réunion des musées nationaux
Initiated by Nathalie Bondil, Director and Chief Curator of the Montreal Museum of Arts and curated by Thierry-Maxime Loriot, curator at Montreal Museum of Read more »
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here: Alexander Wang’s H&M collaboration is this close to being released (the 61-piece collection officially hits stores on Nov. 6), and in in his typical, teasing fashion, the designer has now released an interactive video, showing his stylish clothes in action.
In the video-game-inspired ad, we’re able to spot a few of our favorite models — Joan Smalls, Natasha Poly, Raquel Zimmermann, and Isabeli Fontana — along with soccer player Andy Carroll — run, jump, and ball their way through a blizzard. Watch them all do their thing in the minifilm below, then scroll through to see the line, set to retail between $10 to $350, in full.
We have to say, with all this excitement and buildup to the big day, our wallets might be in for a workout, too. Karl Lagerfeld go out throught this body.
Tufi Duek has become one of the most iconic jeanswear labels in his home country, Brazil. Although he is famous for his jeans, his brand is also well known for the more sophisticated evening dresses. His most popular labels are “Forum” and “Triton”.
The Forum label is derived from sensuality while the Triton label revolves around the ideas of preppy and young. He also has a six-year contract with the art director, Giovanni Bianco.
This dramatic collection was all about the beauty of strength. How a woman can be strong and powerful without ever having to give up her femininity.
Tufi is for us the new very promising designer, and he could be the new Mac Queen in Europe. So read my thoughts Mister Duek, come to Paris.
Victoria’s Secret revealed this year’s Fantasy Bra. We can wonder who will wear it on the company’s Facebook page on Wednesday.
The leading lingerie brand shared a photo of supermodel Candice Swanepoel wearing the stunning bra that is valued at $10 million. Swanepoel, 24, was chosen to wear this year’s decadent bra, dubbed, “The Royal Fantasy Bra” because it features major bling.
Designed by jeweler Mouawad, it comes with a bow and belt. It features over 4,200 gems including rubies, diamonds and yellow sapphires set in 18 carat gold and in the center there is a huge 52-carat ruby.
Franck Sorbier’s fashion shows are always exceptional and magic moments. Haute Couture is a land of imagination. Many will speak of it as a legend, as a fantasy or even more as a mythology. That is perfectly true. However, Haute Couture is a real exclusive instant to experience and share at least once in your life. We really wonder what Franck Sorbier will imagine for the next collection. Never forget that Franck Sorbier is only “fashion designer” to be recognised as Master of Art.
And, as you cross the “Bridge of Belief”, you can already imagine yourself lifting out of logic and out of reality, moving beyond time and space and beyond time-space, your imagination crosses Frank Sorbier’s imagination land.
Come and pay a ticket to the Foundation to discover the magic land of Franck Sorbier, his mystic land of dreams at his next Haute Couture show in July. We can ensure you that you will spend an unforgettable moment in the Haute Couture world. See you then! click here
This morning I was having a coffee in the café around the corner ‘Les deux Magots’ Paris downtown when I saw the French blogueuse Dgena passing her way. She saw me but she wanted to take the French leave. It was too late !
“Hello Dgena, What are you doing here? She then told me that there would be soon an event on the best contemporary jewellery designer exhibition “made in France” at the “Palais de l’Industrie” located Place St-Germain des Près from 13th to 16th November and that is the reason why she was around. But I will come at the prefall on the 12 November.”
Rings, brooches, bracelets, earings, necklaces… may be considered as Read more »
Niki de Saint Phalle (born Catherine-Marie-Agnès Fal de Saint Phalle 29 October 1930 – 21 May 2002) was a French sculptor, painter, and filmmaker.
Saint Phalle was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, near Paris, to Count André-Marie Fal de Saint Phalle (1906–1967), a French banker, and his American wife, the former Jeanne Jacqueline Harper (1908–1980). She had four siblings, and a double first cousin was French novelist Thérèse de Saint Phalle (Baroness Jehan de Drouas). After being wiped out financially during the Great Depression, the family moved from France Read more »