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Karl Lagerfeld, throughout his time at Chanel, loved to blur the line between what is high fashion and what is everyday. He did this often by designing common objects like shopping baskets or water bottles in ultra-luxe fabrications, dripping in logos and screaming the name “Chanel.” This was his way of expressing his sharp wit,…

Trending Now: Night at the Museum

Why look at a piece of art when you could be wearing it instead? Surrealist and classical art prints and appliques have been spotted all over the fashion scene recently, most notably in the form of Vivienne Westwood corsets inspired by oil paintings, and Louis Vuitton pieces made in collaboration with various artists. This week in London, Kendall Jenner effortlessly brought the wearable art trend to life with a two-piece Jean Paul Gaultier set that she purchased from WGACA. Kendall’s mesh ensemble is a classic JPG style, and one that we carry in many prints and patterns. The swirling butterfly print on Kendall’s mesh separate set is particularly artistic, and coupled with the fact that she wore this look to an art gallery show, it seems to be an intentional choice.

Do You Have the Look? The Fashion Week Edit is Here

Now that the Fashion Week circuit is underway, stylish women everywhere are looking for the perfect way to complete their next street style moment. Brazilian actress, Marina Ruy Barbosa pulled her look together by adding a hands-free touch to her monochromatic ensemble. In the midst of rushing around to shows, events, and fittings, a belt bag can serve as a woman’s secret weapon.

Trending now: Shop the animal print edit

Kim Kardashian West just traded in her Skims for a vintage Roberto Cavalli tiger-print dress, and let me tell you, Instagram was not ready for the photos. However, she actually wasn’t the first celebrity to model it—and by “model it” we mean really model it. Shortly after the dress made its runway debut, supermodel Cindy Crawford wore the exact same Cavalli number at the Women Under the Stars Spring/Summer 2000 show. There must be some magic sewn into the design…

2019 Year in Review

Before we ring in the new decade, let’s take a look back at all of the incredible people we worked with this past year. Scroll down for our favorite celebrity moments of 2019.

Pretty in Pink! Shop the Edit

Can you say closet goals? Kylie Jenner broke the internet yet again with an Instagram of her incredibly impressive collection of pink-toned bags. From exotic Birkins and Kellys to colorful Murakami Pochettes, Kylie sure knows how to pick ’em—and definitely knows where to shop. 😉 We’ve compiled our favorite Kylie-approved pink bags so you can get the look for yourselves.

Get the Look: Kylie Jenner’s Chanel Snow Gear

Baby it’s cold outside… but leave it to Kylie Jenner to turn freezing temperatures into a Chanel-filled winter wonderland. Kylie picked up some last-minute snow gear from What Goes Around Comes Around before heading out to the slopes this weekend, and even got a matching set for her friend, Yris. She posted on Instagram looking snowbunny chic wearing our Chanel Mufflers, Chanel Ear Muffs, and Silver Chanel ‘CC’ Turnlock Earrings.

Shop Kendall Jenner’s Birthday Capsule Collection

Not only does Kendall Jenner know how to shut down a runway, the supermodel-in-the-making can turn any sidewalk into a catwalk with her chic off-duty looks. From perfectly faded vintage denim to eye-catching pochettes, Jenner’s street style moments often create more of a buzz than her cover shoots or fashion shows. She’s known for her…

Trending Now: Fendi Zucca

When Karl Lagerfeld joined Fendi as Creative Director in 1965, he brought with him a fresh new perspective that breathed life back into the 40-year-old brand. The young designer drew up the celebrated Zucca logo in a matter of seconds during one of his first meetings with the company. With this new logo, Karl succeeded…