Mary Katrantzou Spring/Summer 2014 - You can feel the “but” coming. There’s no doubt that her spring collection inspired by transposing and exploding the patterns of brogues, trainers, and ornate evening slippers onto dresses has the Katrantzou signature through and through.
“La Maison Cartier” announced the international release of its new “L'Odyssee de Cartier,” a three-and-one-half minute film that chronicles Cartier’s 165-year history. The film debuted online in the U.S. on March 4 and will air during prime time on national TV networks.
The film, directed by advertising director Bruno Aveillan, was screened for the first time at a special premiere hosted by Cartier at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on February 29.
Karl Lagerfeld names his latest CHANEL Metiers D'Art Collection 'Paris - Bombay’, and speaks about 19th century India. “I like the idea of the Vice-King, that’s fun. That’s why I came out with Stella Tenant, because she looked very much like Lady Curzon, the famous Vice-Queen around 1900 who was a very beautiful woman. She is so English, but in the nice way, in the good image of England mixed with India.” … Enjoy this December 24th CHANEL-story to be continued here by clicking the tiny arrows >>>>>>