To get the mid-week ball rolling, here are a couple of things that happened in the international circuit while we were soundly dozing off.
1.8 million followers and a couple of months since its inception, Chanel’s official Instagram account finally made its first post. What is it? A preview of its latest ad campaign for Chanel No. 5 which was shot by Baz Lurhmann and starring Gisele Bündchen. The video was also followed by a series of party photos capturing Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, Lily Allen, Karlie Kloss, Derek Blasberg, Lauren Santo Domingo, and many more at the #CHANELN5 event in New York.
Our favorite yellow plastic bag gets even more yellow as Forever 21 launches a Simpsons apparel collection. That’s right! Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are making the move from the TV screen to sweaters and cropped tops with this cute new collection that brings out the kid in us.
Kate Moss’s famous hologram is coming out from hiding with the re-exhibition of the MET Costume Institute’s 2011 Alexander McQueen retrospective entitles “Savage Beauty”. This time around it’ll be housed in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum with over 30 new pieces to be included in the exhibit.
Madonna’s little girl is finally a lady! Lorudes Leon turns legal as she celebrates her 18th birthday. Currently enrolled in university, she’s collaborated with her famous Material Girl mom on a clothing line with Macy’s inspired by no less than the ‘80s pun-rock style.
There’s a new chief creative at Oscar de la Renata and it’s no other than Peter Copping. The designer was named as the first ever Creative Director, having jumped ship from Nina Ricci where he served as the artistic director.