Mon dieu! Could it possibly be true? Was Jackie Kennedy‘s legendary pink suit, the one she was wearing the day of JFK’s assassination really a fake? According to Karl Lagerfeld it is, but if we’ve learned anything about Karl, it’s that we must proceed with caution when it comes to whatever he’s sputtering. He is a grumpy li’l thing after all. More
There’s an interesting article about her political opinions out today. Hint: it’s not Jackie Kennedy! More
The picture is taken in 1957. More
The iconic photo was taken by Horst P. Horst. More
I’ll give you a hint: I like a bit of chocolate in the morning, because I’m astonishingly racist, I guess.
The latest Chanel bag is said to be inspired by a hunter’s cartridge Mlle. Chanel used to wear and, fittingly, has a more masculine look than the iconic, quilted, chain-strap bags of years past. The bag’s design is emblematic of her androgynous style. Karl Lagerfeld weighs in and yes, there’s a poll. More
Horst P. Horst, Coco Chanel, Paris 1937. Horst P. Horst, Coco Chanel, Paris 1937.
Look. Men shouldn’t be the only ones who get to suit up. Take back the suit. Take it back for Coco. More
Tomorrow is National Hat Day! To celebrate, here are the best hats in history. Who determines the best hats in history? We do. Right now. These are them, no debates, discussion over.
Coco Chanel and Model, by Douglas Kirkland for Look Magazine, 1961.
During the 21 days Kirkland spent shooting this, he never once saw Coco remove her hat.
I was thirteen when I first read that Marilyn Monroe only wore Chanel No. 5 to bed – nothing else. I immediately added the perfume to my Christmas list, and when I unwrapped it on Christmas Day, I was fairly disappointed. It smelled musky and pungent, it smelled dated… and after several more sniffs, it smelled like my Grammy. More
Oscar Theyskens might be working at Oscar de la Renta – PageSix
The scent of a businesswoman – WSJ
Miley Cyrus is giving away her clothing to the homeless – CocoPerez
Pierre Hardy’s collectionfor Gap contains only one style – Fashionologie
I was never a feminist because I was never ugly enough for that. -Karl Lagerfeld on Coco Chanel’s behalf Pretty girls don’t need things like equal pay. Because this is America! If a girl is pretty, she’s not supposed to … More