From Chanel to Valentino.
And as usual, it's not her best work.
The last brick in the wall that once separated streetwear and high fashion came down with a logo-laden mallet when Louis Vuitton, the biggest luxury brand in the world, rolled out an entire collaborative collection with none other than the deity of streetwear brands, Supreme. The yet-to-drop collection has inspired everything from shock, to awe, […]
Brand: Coach Season: Pre-Fall 2017 Key Pieces: The black varsity jacket complete with NASA patches, or any of the C210 sneakers. Editor’s Notes: Space is definitely having a moment in the fashion world. Chanel recently launched an actual rocket, and now Coach has released an entire space-themed pre-fall capsule collection. According to the brand, the line was inspired by […]
Elizabeth Olsen looks fresh in floral at the Tory Burch Regent Street opening tonight! The 28-year-old actress stepped out to celebrate the new boutique location on Monday (May 22) in London, England. She was joined by Diane Kruger and Chanel Iman. Also in attendance were Gemma Arterton, Rose Leslie, Samantha Barks, and designer Tory Burch. [...]
Rich people suck. You know it and I know it. They don’t suck just because they are rich. They suck because they encourage companies to make stuff like this. Why Chanel is even making tennis balls,…
A dispute over the freshness of Wendy’s fries leaves a 25-year-old Minnesota woman facing criminal charges. According to CBS Minnesota, Wendy’s employees claim that Eiram Chanel Amir Dixson became argumentative during a drive-thru transaction Thursday after the woman asked specifically for fresh French fries. They say she then reached through...
Chanel goes solo with the launch of Ombre Premiere Long Wear Powder Eyeshadows. There are a multitude of shades in a single pan compact.These new beauties are a silky, smooth formula that's long wear with rich, deep pigment that blends easily. Show More Summary
Police say 25-year-old Eiram Chanel Amir Dixson sprayed mace on employees at a Wendy's during an argument
1. Duck ramp controversial in D.C. 2. Chanel $1,325 boomerang condemned as “cultural appropriation.” 3. Why Elvis’s status is plummeting. 4. The economics of Maine lobster. 5. How the Yucatan asteroid crash played out. The post Saturday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
Rocking naked skin is a bit terrifying! Just today, I walked completely makeup free from my morning spin class (post-shower, obvs) to work with nothing on my skin except a layer of Chanel face cream. Once I took off my big sunglasses, I quickly put on foundation, concealer, and mascara at my desk. Show More Summary
First of all, why is Chanel even making, or rather, selling tennis balls? And ok, let’s just overlook that for a minute. What about the fact that they’re selling these
(images from www.cosme.net, info from www.chanel.com & www.cosme.net). Take a quick look at some of the highlights of Chanel‘s summer 2017 makeup collection....... Related posts: Chanel Spring 2017 Makeup Collection Chanel Le Blanc Spring/Summer 2017 Makeup Collection Review: Chanel Rouge Coco Shine Hydrating Sheer Lipshine (52 Fétiche, 54 […]
The item -- part of the Chanel spring-summer 2017 collection and priced at $1,325 for US buyers -- sparked a heated debate on social media. "Cultural appropriation hits a new low - I sincerely hope that @Chanel is donating all the profits to underprivileged aboriginal communities," wrote one Twitter user.
These are Chanel's Spring/Summer 2017 collection tennis balls. They cost $450 for four and come in a leather bag because carrying your balls in a plastic tube is for peasants. Me? I have to carry mine in a wheelbarrow. "Because they're...Show More Summary
“The first time I encountered a perfume that beguiled me was in the pages of a book. The sultry red-haired witch in Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita enticed women with the promise of “Guerlain, Chanel No 5, Mitsouko, Narcisse Noir, evening gowns, cocktail dresses…” It would be some years before I smelled these perfumes, yet their names left a “baffling […]
Sometimes you put something out into the universe, and sometimes the universe throws it right back at you. If only there was a word for that. Anyway, Chanel is under fire from social media and activists after including a $1,325 boomerang in its collection of new spring and summer...
A really fancy take on a nostalgic silhouette.
Iconic high fashion house Chanel is now selling a branded boomerang. It's part of a line of lifestyle sport items including a beach racket, tennis racket and balls, and a paddle board. The boomerang is wood and resin and, of course, emblazoned with the Chanel logo. It is $1,325. Chanel Boomerang (via Uncrate)
Chanel on Tuesday responded to a controversy about producing a high-priced boomerang featuring the brand’s signature logo after some people criticized it as an appropriation of Australian Aboriginal culture. “Chanel is extremely committed to respecting all cultures, and deeply regrets that some...