The Daily Roundup: Chanel Responds to Karl Rumors, Louis Vuitton Is Suing a Fried Chicken Shop

by Sydney Sadick

Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here…

Chanel Responds to Karl Rumors [Vogue UK]
After yesterday’s rumors about Karl Lagerfeld leaving Chanel, the fashion house commented to the British glossy today: “The rumours about Mr Lagerfeld discontinuing the collections and the cruise collection show in Cuba being the last are unsubstantiated.”

Louis Vuitton Is Suing a Fried Chicken Shop [Yahoo!]
Yes, really. A Seoul eatery called Louis Vuiton Dak, which means “whole chicken,” is being sued by the fashion house for trademark infringement as the restaurant’s logo resembles the brand’s signature “LV” symbol.

Vogue Is Launching Furniture [Refinery29]
Want to up your decor game? The mag is partnering with high-end furniture brand Dorya to launch a new range of 3o home goods due out later this year.

Target’s Clover Canyon Collab Is Coming [Racked]
Clover Canyon shared images of its upcoming collaboration with Target on Instagram, which naturally is full of bright colors and punchy prints that prove summer is just around the corner… 

Every Look from Nicole Trunfio’s Coachella Weekend Wedding [Harper’s Bazaar]
A look at all the outfits Nicole Trunfio wore to marry Gary Clark Jr. over this past Coachella weekend (the festival where the two met) at The Colony Palms Hotel in Palm Springs.

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