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Editor’s Pick: Jimmy Choo EXOTIC Limited Edition
What: Jimmy Choo EXOTIC Why: An update on a classic—what’s better than that? EXOTIC, which became a hit when it launched in 2011, gets a chic pink makeover in the limited edition version. The bottle mimics the glasswork creations made on the Venetian island of Murano, and incorporates the season’s bold color palette via pink partial lacquering and a fuchsia cap. It comes encased in python-print packaging, a
Chloë Sevigny Stars In An Exclusive Editorial Shoot for Jimmy Choo
Chloë Sevigny stars in an exclusive editorial shoot for Jimmy Choo. Apart from her cooler than thou cultural icon status and Hollywood acting chops, Sevigny is also known for her immaculate set of gams, so it’s no wonder Jimmy Choo tapped her to show off its Spring/Summer 2016 collection. On top of everything, Sevigny also has a keen eye for
Vogue UK Celebrates 100 with Burberry, Jimmy Choo, and More
As British Vogue rings in 100 (and never looked better, we might add), luxury labels are joining in the celebration. Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Dior, Mappin & Webb, and Moët & Chandon all designed limited-edition items, which are available beginning March 15. See all the centennial creations below. Burberry designed 100 gabardine lace trench coats with oversized buttons—the original design, by Thomas
The Daily Roundup: John Galliano Taps Christy Turlington, Inside Jimmy Choo’s Oscar Week Suite
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… John Galliano Taps Christy Turlington The John Galliano fashion house tapped supermodel Christy Turlington for its new ad campaign as part of the brand’s effort to revive its overall identity, new logo, and website after the designer was dismissed from his label in 2011.
The Daily Roundup: Tamara Mellon Makes a Comeback, Karlie Kloss Fronts Kurt Geiger
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… Tamara Mellon Makes a Comeback The designer and businesswoman who first made a name for herself at Jimmy Choo has emerged from a 60-day period of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, putting her namesake brand back on the fashion terrain.
Nadja Bender, David Alexander Flinn Front Jimmy Choo Spring Ads
Nadja Bender and David Alexander Flinn are the faces of Jimmy Choo’s Spring ’16 campaign. The company hired Laird + Partners for creative direction this season, which enlisted photographer Cass Bird to bring it all to life. In previous seasons, the luxury footwear brand has tapped into the celebrity realm with Nicole Kidman (who has done
The Daily Roundup: Kanye West Wins Shoe Designer of the Year, Gucci Previews Pre-Fall on Snapchat
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… Kanye West Wins Shoe Designer of the Year Just days away from the birth of his second child, Kanye West appeared at the 29th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards to accept the Shoe of the Year title for the Adidas
12 Must-See AMA Red Carpet Looks
Last eve, the Who’s Who of the music scene flocked to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles for the American Music Awards. In case you missed out on the award show’s red carpet arrivals—usually an eye-catching medley of traditional, edgy, and the requisite “hit-or-miss” ensemble—your Daily has collected some of the most buzzed about looks. Par example, J.Lo’s sexy cutout gown (one of her 10
Alice Ryan on Her Move To L.A. and HL Group
Alice Ryan’s A Company has been acquired by HL Group, and the longtime public relations and luxury events guru will be changing her home base from New York to Los Angeles. “The desire for more and more events in L.A. has become a significant element of my business,” Ryan told us this week. “Given that up until now
Bulgari Hosts an Intimate Party for Its New Exhibit
Last night, Bulgari and special guest Liv Tyler hosted a cocktail event and private dinner to celebrate BULGARI & ROME: Eternal Inspiration, a new exhibit that highlights 40 pieces of heritage jewelry, showcasing how Rome has inspired the luxury designer’s pieces through its history, architecture, monuments, and motifs of buildings and sculptures. The cocktail reception took place in the exhibit space, which