She plays a 19th-century empress to Pharrell’s emperor, natch.
“Women’s rights are more than alright!”
File under: Photoshop fail.
That story and more in today’s gossip roundup!
A new collection by Dutch artist Mike Frederiqo twists fashion founders into the logos that made them famous.
In the Chanel ad campaign for fall 1991, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington proved that there is nothing you can’t do while wearing thousands of dollars worth of designer clothing. And yes, this fugly mess was brought to you by Karl Lagerfeld.
They’re vintage Chanel, and apparently #rare.
Nothing is better than couture week. I repeat: NOTHING is better than couture week.
She looks great. And she’s actually smiling.
Either that or she just stormed through the doors with her Instagram photographer and demanded the keys to Coco’s apartment.
*Well, to the beach, on a cruise, at some fancy tropical resort etc. The luxury label recently premiered its 2014 resort collection at a special runway show in Singapore.
French models and fat shaming, directed by Karl Lagerfeld to commemorate the fashion brand’s prêt-à-porter centennial.
This defies all fashion logic. Why, Biebs, WHY?
An unfortunate typo courtesy of the Bieb’s Instagram.
Fifty years later, the First Lady’s pink suit continues to be one of the lasting emblems of JFK’s assassination.
Saint Laurent may have been one of the most hated/debated shows of the season, but it was still one of the most viewed and liked on Facebook.
It’s so frustrating when you see something you love that costs 1,000x what it actually should.
For a piece of clothing to be haute couture it must be certified by an group of fancy French people, and made entirely by hand. It’s basically crafting on crack.
Conan O’Brien is still obsessed with Brad Pitt’s infamous Chanel ad. From Conan, here’s a mash-up with the World War Z trailer.
Starring the fanciest, fiercest porta potty you’ve EVER SEEN.
Over the past few years the fashion world has decided to say eff you to dogs and gucci goo (sorry, had to) to cats. The most famous feline of them all is Chanel and Fendi designer Karl Lagerfeld’s fluffy white ball of divinity named Choupette. Here’s why her life is superior to everyone else’s.
The shoes that fashion designers force models to wear in runway shows have caused several disturbing injuries.
At 8:50 this morning, Alexa tweeted the following about Chanel’s famous white-haired designer, only to delete it moments thereafter.
A purse by Chanel can easily cost more than $3,000. Chanel regularly increases the price of the handbags, which never go on sale (used ones can also go for thousands). But these people aren’t shy about doing whatever it takes to get one. (Priorities!)