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Chanel x Colette. Approaching the end of the unique boutique after 20 successful years

Chanel x Colette. Approaching the end of the unique boutique after 20 successful years

Fashion, Featured
You might want to seriously consider a trip to Paris as it could be your last chance to experience shopping at one of the world’s most significant boutiques before it closes as soon as 20th December this year. As of today, you have until 25th of November to enjoy Chanel’s exclusive designs, which took over the whole first floor of the Parisian boutique Colette. The famous brand and the unique boutique have prepared for you a variety of limited-edition items for Fall/Winter 2017, and T-shirts designed by Chanel’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld himself. Next Monday to the variety of ready-to-wear pieces will be also added Chanel’s Cruise 2018 collection, providing you with one more reason to visit the store.   Colette hosting this pop-up with Chanel is the last collabo

Vetements: Reinventing Fashion One Step At a Time

Beauty, Fashion
Vetements, French for 'clothes', is the brand that can’t be missed in fashion. It has been defined as “the anti-fashion brand waking up the industry” by The Telegraph. Reporter: Alma Fabiani | Sub-editor: Zynab Sandhu Calling themselves a ‘design collective’, Vetements and its team is basically managed as a democracy, where Georgian Demna Gvasalia, his brother, Guram and five other friends all work together. Demna said in an interview with Vogue: “It has to be democratic, it’s the most efficient way to work.” The brand was created in his bedroom in Paris and wasn’t supposed to be commercialised at first. His brother then decided to try and sell their creations. Demna recalls having conversations with friends working for other big fashion names: “We used to meet up and have these f

Paris, one year on: ISIS massacre victims to be honoured with poetry readings

The Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris will hold the first "Night of Poetry" over the weekend, one year after horrific terror attacks shook the French capital. Reporter: Yasmin Jeffery | Sub-Editor: James Brookes Normal life in Paris may have resumed, but the 130 victims who lost their lives in the terror attacks across the city have not been forgotten. Marking one year since the events of 13 November 2015, the Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA) will hold a series of poetry readings throughout the evening. Explaining the reasoning behind the event, the IMA said simply: "Poetry is a way of remembering." Speakers will include Lebanese artist Zeina Abirached, who was born and raised in war-torn Beirut. Known for using old photographs and TV footage to create comics, she will draw interpr

We’re Celebrating Kim’s Birthday (Even If She’s Not)

Celebrity, Entertainment
Although Kim Kardashian West has disappeared from the online world and cancelled her birthday bash, thousands of people tweeted her today with birthday wishes. Reporter: Marta Szymborska | Sub-Editor: Andrew Whiteford Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ main girl is celebrating her 36th birthday today but we’ve still heard nothing from the star. Hopefully the recent discovery of CCTV images apparently showing the people behind the eight million Paris theft, will help Kim K feel more secure and prepare for her comeback. It didn’t take long for the other members of the Kardashian family to move on and resume their online presence. Kylie Jenner is back, releasing her new KylieCosmetics autumn eye shadow palette, and already getting in trouble with Blac Chyna, who accused her and Tyga of ste