There’s only one day left in Paris Fashion Week, and the stars are making sure they see their favorite shows before it all wraps up. Jessica Chastain took in Chanel with designer Karl Lagerfeld by her side, while On the Road pair Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst walked out of Saint Laurent arm-in-arm. Click through to see more stars at Paris Fashion Week.
There are still plenty of Olympics left for you to rock the coolest shoes, clothes and purses inspired by the London games. In droves, designers released limited-edition and athletic-inspired products that go way beyond leotards and running shoes. From Miu Miu’s sexy gold, silver, and bronze pumps, to Ralph Lauren‘s all-American Opening Ceremony looks, and limited edition tees from Gap and Karl Lagerfeld, we’ve rounded up our top shopping picks to get you in the Olympic spirit! May the odds be ever in Team USA’s favor!
The 2012 Summer Olympics kick off tomorrow! Designers rolled out athletic-inspired products for the event, including Repetto‘s adorably mismatched Union Jack and American flag ballet flats, and Karl Lagerfeld‘s gold, silver, and bronze-dipped looks. We’ve rounded up our top shopping picks to get you in the Olympic spirit—click through the gallery to check them out.
Miley Cyrus just gifted her boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, with an adorable pup for his birthday—but she’s not the only celebrity with a soft spot for man’s (and woman’s!) best friend. Famous dogs and cats are running their little paws all over Hollywood, thanks to celebrity animal lovers like Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Karl Lagerfeld. Click through the gallery to see all our favorite celebrities and their four-legged friends.
Soon you won’t have to save up for Chanel or Fendi to get a piece created by Karl Lagerfeld. Following the successful launch of his capsule collection for Macy’s, in which every piece cost under $170, the designer announced he’s launching his own lower-price line named Karl. ”I just want not too expensive clothes that people may like and want to wear,” he told WWD. The collection will include accessories, denim, leather, vests, cocktail dresses, and more for $95 to $450, and will launch exclusively on January 25th at net-a-porter.com (click here to sign up for updates). Tell us: Will you put the Karl line on your wish list?
Plus, look back at Karl Lagerfeld’s complete line for Macy’s in the gallery.
Karl Lagerfeld’s limited-edition collection for the Impulse department at Macy’s hits stores today! While pieces created by the Chanel and Fendi designer usually sell for thousands, this fall line is wallet-friendly, with prices ranging from $50 to $170. “To me Macy’s is the perfect department store in the U.S. where everybody can find what they’re looking for without ruining their budget,” Lagerfeld said. The lineup features dresses, blouses, shorts and more with Lagerfeld’s signature twists like tweed and high collars. See the complete collection in the gallery, and snag it at Macys.com and Macy’s stores now—before it sells out.
Karl Lagerfeld is releasing a limited-edition collection for the Impulse department at Macy’s at the end of the month, and here is a first look at the line! While pieces created by the Chanel and Fendi designer usually range in the thousands, this fall collection is wallet-friendly, with prices ranging from $50 to $170. “To me Macy’s is the perfect department store in the U.S. where everybody can find what they’re looking for without ruining their budget,” Lagerfeld said. The line features dresses, blouses, shorts and more with Lagerfeld’s signature twists like tweed and high collars. See a complete preview of the collection in the gallery, and shop it at Macy’s stores and Macys.com starting August 31st.
Karl Lagerfeld‘s creations for Chanel and Fendi usually ring up in the thousands, but come August 31st, you can score his styles for $170 and under! The German designer is teaming up with Macy’s on a capsule collection called Karl Lagerfeld for Impulse, and the line will be full of tweeds, tuxedo silhouettes, leggings and graphic tees. Prices on the Lagerfeld-designed pieces will run from $50 to $170, with most hitting the $100 mark, and the collection will be available in 235 Macy’s stores and Macys.com. Tell us, are you excited to shop Karl Lagerfeld for Impulse?