Kaia Gerber is designing

Kaia Gerber is designing her own line of clothing with the help of Karl Lagerfeld

At just 16-years-old, Kaia Gerber has certainly lived a life. From walking her first show for Calvin Klein in last year’s September New York Fashion Week to opening Chanel in Paris, Gerber has gained herself 2.7 million followers in the meantime.

Now, Chanel designer and overall fashion icon, Karl Lagerfeld, has tapped the daughter of Cindy Crawford for a capsule collection for his own, eponymous line.

Named Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia, the collection will comprise ready-to-wear and accessories, no doubt melding Gerber’s laid-back, cool girl style with Lagerfeld’s expert eye.

“When Karl first told us his idea to collaborate with Kaia, we were all excited by the incredible potential and power of bringing their two worlds together,” Pier Paolo Righi, chief executive officer of Karl Lagerfeld told WWD.

“We have been working intensely over the last months with Kaia in LA and at our studio in Paris. It was exciting to see her clear vision, passion and engagement, and the collection will definitely inspire many young women.”

The collection is set to be launched via a series of events, held in Los Angeles, New York and Paris over the month of September.

Fashion designer, model… it’s only a matter of time before we’re living in a Kaia Gerber world.

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この記事のURL2018-01-20 11:35:31


Prepare to Be Obsessed

Prepare to Be Obsessed With Vejas Kruszewski’s New Label, Pihakapi

Vejas Kruszewski’s new project, a men’s and women’s collection called Pihakapi, will debut to the world today, and in advance of the presentation he’s shared a couple of images exclusively with Vogue. If the tone of the imagery and the 30-minute chat I had with the 21-year-old designer are any indication, there will be no logo tees or clickbait athleisure-inspired subversions here. Kruszewski is too talented a constructor with too elevated an eye to do something that easy. Instead, he will continue what he started at his eponymous brand, twisting such mundane items as trench coats, moto jackets, and tees into serenely beautiful ready-to-wear that has few contemporary peers.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: Why would a former LVMH Special Prize winner put his own brand on hold and agree to be the creative director of a project with a nearly unpronounceable name? It comes down to production. By the time Vejas’s Fall 2017 collection came to be, the designer had outsourced manufacturing to the Italian leather manufacturer Pellemoda, which also owns other woven-centric factories in Italy. “Around the time we entered into that agreement with them, Pellemoda started asking about this new venture that they were starting,” Kruszewski told Vogue over the phone from his Montreal studio. That new venture was an in-house brand called Pihakapi. To Kruszewski, the timing was right. “When many small brands start out, their biggest challenge is supply chain logistics, manufacturing, and delivering good quality product on time. Pellemoda was smart enough to realize that as a manufacturer they can bypass all those roadblocks to growth with this brand,” he said.

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この記事のURL2018-01-18 11:35:44


Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham To Show At London Fashion Week

The catwalk event will follow a series of changes to Beckham’s eponymous brand starting with how she presents her autumn/winter 2018 collection in February. Instead of the Sunday morning slot she has occupied for past seasons at New York Fashion Week, she will showcase the clothes during “intimate presentations” at the James Burden Mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side – a throwback to the appointments she held as a fledgling fashion designer in the early days.

The 10-year anniversary, which will also see Beckham launch “special pieces and activations” throughout the year, according to WWD, follows the news that the brand has acquired £30 million from growth equity firm Neo Investment Partners in exchange for a minority stake in her company.

The union will allow Victoria Beckham Limited, as the global luxury fashion brand is officially registered, to enhance its digital and bricks-and-mortar retail presence, drive core categories and launch new categories and collaborations, according to an official statement from VBL announced. The company will move to new West London premises in the spring of 2018.

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この記事のURL2018-01-12 11:22:55


How Meghan Markle

How Meghan Markle Bent the Royal Fashion Rules With Her First Official Outfit of 2018

If Meghan Markle's outfits set the yearly trends, 2018 is shaping up to be quite cozy.

For her first official outing of 2018, the bride-to-be stepped out alongside her royal fiancé Prince Harry for a visit to Reprezent 107.3 FM, a youth-led radio station that supports broadcast training for young adults.

The American actress set the laid-back tone for their friendly visit wrapped up in a Smythe camel collared midi coat ($795) nipped at the waist and coordinating scarf from London-based brand, Jigsaw. Her future husband followed suit in a Club Monaco olive topcoat, gray sweater and slacks.

With all of her public appearances scheduled in the winter months, Markle has expertly sported an array of outerwear, including the white Line the Label wrap coat she wore for her and Harry's first photo op after confirming their engagement, the Sentaler tan coat she picked for Christmas day with the royal family and the navy Mackage double-breasted military coat she wore for her first official visit.

As for the Smythe topper this time around, Meghan's Mirror editor Christine Ross told E! News, "It was nice to see a touch of her Canadian home in the look. Meghan actually owns this coat in two colors. She wore the same style in 'Salt and Pepper' in 2016. It is clear that Meghan loves the Smythe brand, and I expect she will continue to wear their styles in the future."

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この記事のURL2018-01-10 12:01:57


Laura Dern and Billie Lourd Know

Laura Dern and Billie Lourd Know How to Bring The Bling

I’m an actress so I love themes,” said Laura Dern, dressed in a sapphire blue frock by Stella McCartney, punctuated by glittering accents mimicking the moments after a champagne cork is released at Moët & Chandon’s cocktail partyfor it’s Film Festival competition. “The colors are like champagne!” exclaimed Dern who has been testing the waters in various different silhouettes and designers during her recent press tour for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Working with stylist Cristina Ehrlich, Dern said, “we both love design, film, and visual artists — it’s fun to work with someone whose references are similar.” The resulting looks have included ethereal frocks from Alexander McQueen, strong suiting from Gabriela Hearst, and sultry and sheer numbers by Vivienne Westwood Couture. “I love brave, inventive thinking, and [Cristina] makes me feel boundary-less which I love to feel as an actor.” As for the process, Dern likened designers to directors. “Raf Simons does things that are as mad and brilliant as David Lynch does in cinema. To get to collaborate with amazing designers is an incredible privilege.”

Sharing that sentiment was Dern’s Last Jedi co-star Billie Lourd, fresh off a boat and flight from Venice, Italy. “I don’t know how, but I’m happy about it,” beamed the ingenue in a plunging v-neck Gucci dress. “Give me sparkle, give me life!” exclaimed Lourd who has found her style soulmates in Tom Ford and Alessandro Michele’s designs for Gucci. “Tom Ford and I have done some awesome collaborations,” said the actress of her glittering metallic dress by the American talent she wore to Star Wars premiere last month in Los Angeles. “He makes people feel really sexy. Sexy and classy at the same time.” As for her Gucci obsession? “All Gucci things,” said Lourd succinctly. “I’m obsessed with it."

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この記事のURL2018-01-08 11:44:19


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