Miranda Kerr wore a dress from Peter Pilotto’s optical illusion/ underwater-themed SS12 collection to attend a night in Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s honour at the Museum of Modern Art along with fashion legends, Blake Lively, Elizabeth Olsen and Emma Stone were looking particularly amazing.
Without further ado, let’s get dress oggling!
Karl Lagerfeld is a busy man of late. There’s Chanel of course but also his fashion collection: ‘K Karl Lagerfeld’ (natch), perfume
called Karleidoscope, an affordable fashion collection to be launched soon and now a cosmetics line for Sephora.
The cosmetics are very Karl- with lots of black and gold as very as design-heavy cases and his face everywhere! I love Chanel and Karl’s work there, but I’m not sure I could be swayed away from fashion-conscious high-end cosmetics brands like Mac for example just because the product is Karl-branded and Karl-shaped in some cases. What do you think?
The mini collection hits Sephora shops (annoying not in the UK anymore – WHY?!) on 6 November in Europe and Singapore, apparently. It will be interesting to see the quality and how much it costs.
Chanel’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld is apparently launching his own collection – and here’s the best part – you could have a piece of it from £50.
The range will be called ‘Karl’ and will go on sale at Net-a-Porter this coming January, according to Osoblog. It is expected to include silver jeans, leather biker jackets (bet those will cost more than £50!) and Karl’s trademark gloves.
Bring out your breton! But in a new way.
Inspiration: 1969s housewives (naturally with a penchant for immaculate beehives, heels and accessories).
The Look: Dresses of the stripy sailor, peter pan collared and shirt variety. Retro pleat front skirts with sleeveless jumpers and wide-leg trousers also featured and all had candy stripes. The palette was a classic red, white and blue but somehow avoided being too nautical, with flashes of florals and faux fur too.
Notes: Karl Lagerfeld worked his magic again as creative director of Fendi.
Pics from Grazia and Fashionologie.