All posts tagged "Lanvin"
What Were the 21 Biggest Moments of Fashion Month?
That’s a wrap…Fashion Month is officially over! Below, in no particular order, we rounded up 21 of the biggest moments from the whirlwind that is New York, London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks. Let’s get started! Stella McCartney’s Dance Party: A finale done right! At Stella McCartney, models had a dance-off and then transitioned into a totally choreographed performance. Salma Hayek and Eva Chen were in
Lanvin Spring/Summer 2017
Bouchra Jarrar made her debut at Lanvin after a long time spent flying under-the-radar in Paris, mainly focusing on her couture collections. All of Jarrar’s signatures were there, including a focus on menswear tailoring mixed in with more feminine pieces, like chiffons trimmed in Chantilly lace, and impeccably cut jackets, whether a cropped moto jacket, a menswear blazer,
The Daily Roundup: Elbaz Dismissed from Lanvin Board, The Stylist Behind Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Elbaz Dismissed from Lanvin Board Six months after Alber Elbaz left his role as creative director at Lanvin, he has been removed from the fashion house’s board of directors. Meet the Stylist Behind Beyoncé’s Lemonade Stylist Marni Senofonte breaks down all the costumes that Beyoncé wears in Lemonade, the singer’s new hour-long visual
Lanvin Hires Bouchra Jarrar as Creative Director
Lanvin announced it has hired Bouchra Jarrar as creative director, succeeding the much-loved Alber Elbaz, who was ousted from the company last October after disagreements with owner Shawn-Lan Wang. He had been at the company for 14 years. According to sources, Elbaz is considering starting his own label and has already received offers from big investors. Jarrar founded
The Daily Media: 55 Shifts to Discuss
Punch Hutton, formerly deputy editor at Vanity Fair, has left the company. Bouchra Jarrar, creative director at Bouchra Jarrar, has been named artistic director of women’s collections at Lanvin. Mobolaji Dawodu, formerly style editor at large at Fader Magazine, has been named fashion editor at GQ Style. Noah Johnson, formerly fashion features editor at Details and
Phoebe Philo Is Not Leaving Celline
News update: Tuesday 9 February, 4.15pm Céline’s creative director Phoebe Philo will not be leaving her post as widely speculated in the fashion industry. Despite no official statement to the press by LVMH an internal memo has been sent to Céline employees, signed by Philo and CEO Marco Gobbetti stating both the house and the designer “are more motivated
The Daily Roundup: Rachel Zoe to Open L.A. Pop-Up, Andrew Rosen’s New Theory
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Rachel Zoe to Open L.A. Pop-Up Here’s some maj news for you: Celebrity stylist-turned-designer Rachel Zoe has announced plans to open a pop-up shop at The Grove in Los Angeles on February 24 that will sell her new spring collection. Andrew Rosen Talks Trouble in the
Meet the Twins Teaming Up for Calvin Klein
In case you hadn’t noticed (Gigi and Bella, Kendall and Kylie), sisters are in. Meet the latest genetic phenomenon taking the fashion world by storm, Baylee and Kelsey Soles. The twins (who are fraternal, they’ll remind you) already have Lanvin, Saint Laurent, and Fendi on their resumes, and now they’re starring in Calvin Klein’s upcoming campaign for its new gender-free fragrance, ck2. (FYI, your
Scoop: Sarah Burton Reportedly in Talks with Christian Dior
According to high-level sources in Paris, Sarah Burton is reportedly in talks to take over the creative reins at Dior after Raf Simons’ unexpected departure after three years in the role. A representative for Dior declined to comment. Burton, currently the creative director at Alexander McQueen, has been working for the brand for the past 19
Exclusive Scoop Part 2: Where Is Hedi Slimane?
The Daily exclusively broke the news on January 4 that Hedi Slimane will depart his post as creative director of Saint Laurent. Over the holidays, high-level sources in Paris buzzed that Slimane will not renew his contract with Kering (owners of the French luxury brand), which is up for renewal this March. The reasons reportedly boil down to creative differences combined with the high cost