The Daily Roundup: Could Chanel’s Next Show Be Karl’s Last? Nordstrom Plans Job Cuts

by Sydney Sadick

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

Could Chanel’s Next Show be Karl’s Last? [Page Six]
Rumor has it…according to Page Six, the upcoming Chanel resort show in Cuba next month may be Karl Lagerfeld‘s last “bow on the runway.”

Nordstrom Plans Job Cuts [Racked]
The department store is planning to eliminate 350 to 400 jobs across all corporate divisions, including marketing, finance, legal, and merchandising as part of a restructuring plan.

Frame Launches E-Commerce [Fashion Times]
LA-based denim and ready-to-wear brand Frame is expanding its company with the launch of an e-commerce site—score!—and plans to open its first store in Cali this month.

Elie Saab to Judge Middle East Project Runway [Yahoo!]
Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab, the first designer from the Middle East to dress an Oscar winner, is joining Project Runway Middle East as one of the judges who will help break the career of the region’s aspiring fashion designers.

Inside Taylor Swift’s Los Angeles Home [Vogue]
A look at the pop star’s Beverly Hills digs, which is a combo of vintage country and quirky touches like arched doorways, patterned wallpaper, and cat ceramics on shelves lined with books.

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