Paris, the world’s style capital, is finally getting its first permanent museum dedicated to fashion. The Palais Galliera, which has already been hosting temporary exhibitions on major designers for the
Sonia Rykiel, the iconic French fashion designer dubbed as the “queen of knitwear,” has died Thursday in Paris, after a long-time battle with Parkinson’s disease. She was 86.
It’s often amazing how much meaning can be put into one name. By now and for most people, Chanel is a high-end international fashion brand. But at the beginning,
Coco Mademoiselle is a sensual and refined fragrance that combines audacity with elegance, a modern and fresh oriental composition with a strong yet surprisingly fresh character that has enjoyed unwavering success since Jacques Polge created the Eau de Parfum in 2001.
Kris Aquino, fresh from dropping her “dating Herbert Bautista” bombshell, posted a quote from Coco Chanel—“A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.”—on her Instagram account (@krisaquino214). It had the caption: “I cut off more than a foot, so I’m super ready for my life change.”
In the film “Coco and Igor,” which depicts the rumored romance between French couturier Coco Chanel and Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, the couple consummate their passion amid the black-and-white interiors of Chanel’s house in the outskirts of Paris.