Noah Centineo & Shawn Mendes in Their Calvin's Has Us Shook & More Style News You Missed


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Chanel announces new Creative Director following Karl Lagerfeld's death

Yesterday the whole world was shaken with the news of the death of Karl Lagerfeld at just 85 years old. Lagerfeld, who was most well known as his role as the creative director of Chanel, worked hard to keep Coco Chanel's vision in her brand.

Chanel released a statement hours after the news of his death to announce that his assistant, close friend, and former Artistic Director for the brand, Virginie Viard, would be taking over as Creative Director.  



It is with deep sadness that the House of CHANEL announces the passing of Karl Lagerfeld, the Creative Director for the CHANEL Fashion House since 1983. An extraordinary creative individual, Karl Lagerfeld reinvented the brand’s codes created by Gabrielle Chanel: the CHANEL jacket and suit, the little black dress, the precious tweeds, the two-tone shoes, the quilted handbags, the pearls and costume jewelry. Regarding Gabrielle Chanel, he said, “My job is not to do what she did, but what she would have done. The good thing about Chanel is it is an idea you can adapt to many things.” A prolific creative mind with endless imagination, Karl Lagerfeld explored many artistic horizons, including photography and short films. The House of CHANEL benefited from his talent for all the branding campaigns related to Fashion since 1987. Finally, one cannot refer to Karl Lagerfeld without mentioning his innate sense of repartee and self-mockery. Alain Wertheimer, CEO of CHANEL, said: “Thanks to his creative genius, generosity and exceptional intuition, Karl Lagerfeld was ahead of his time, which widely contributed to the House of CHANEL’s success throughout the world. Today, not only have I lost a friend, but we have all lost an extraordinary creative mind to whom I gave carte blanche in the early 1980s to reinvent the brand.” Bruno Pavlovsky, President of Fashion at CHANEL, said: “Fashion show after fashion show, collection after collection, Karl Lagerfeld left his mark on the legend of Gabrielle Chanel and the history of the House of CHANEL. He steadfastly promoted the talent and expertise of CHANEL’s ateliers and Métiers d’Art, allowing this exceptional know-how to shine throughout the world. The greatest tribute we can pay today is to continue to follow the path he traced by – to quote Karl – ‘continuing to embrace the present and invent the future’.” Virginie Viard, Director of CHANEL’s Fashion Creation Studio and Karl Lagerfeld’s closest collaborator for more than 30 years, has been entrusted by Alain Wertheimer with the creative work for the collections, so that the legacy of Gabrielle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld can live on.

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Following the statement, the brand (and us) hope that she will follow Lagerfeld's desire and passion to stay true to Chanel's original vision instead of morphing the brand into something new. 

Calvin Klein releases new Spring 2019 campaign featuring all of our current favorite celebrity heartthrobs

Hold the effing phone — Noah Centineo and Shawn Mendes in the SAME Calvin Klein ad?! The dreamy pair joins Kendall Jenner and A$AP Rocky in the new SS19 campaign, aiming to “capture the raw and honest emotions and experiences of youth today”.  The shoot by British fashion photographer Glen Luchford took place in sunny suburban L.A. and featured styling by Melanie Ward. 

According to the brand, the latest installment of the #MyCalvins narrative is centered around “the coming-of-age concept that evokes universal truths of curiosity, companionship, sexual exploration, and the spirit of rebellion.”

Burberry releases a statement apologizing after London Fashion Week show

Burberry is back in the news for this season's fashion month, but this time in a not so positive light. Burberry showcased a model wearing a tan hoodie with its strings tied in what appears to be a noose down the AW'19 runway.

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