Chanel pre-fall 2014 campaign: Kristen Stewart channels her grungy/western side for Chanel

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The news had already been known from last year’s winter. Kristen Stewart is the new face of Chanel, for the collection Métiers d’Art Paris-Dallas. The famous actress posed on the lens of Karl Lagerfeld and sets out her boho self.

In the photos you will see the American star wore pieces with western influence. Maxi dresses, cropped shirts, fringed vests, leather, lace Her hair is elaborately made ​​impress! So do her makeup, which emphasizes full eyebrows and intense smokey eyes. 

Editorial File: Vogue China March 2014 Editorial ft Hana Jirickova

It’s about the lace in the Vogue China editorial for the March issue. In a romantic photoshoot Hana Jirickova graces beautiful creation that under the natural light enhence the trasperancy and the chic-ness of the lace as the ultimate romantic/feminine fabric of all.

Vogue China
March 2014
Photographer: Camilla Akrans
Model: Hana Jirickova
Stylist: Franck Benhamou
Make-Up: Wendy Rowe
Hair: Franco Gobbi

…and the bride wore sneakers at the Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2014 show.

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The Chanel fashion show is every year the most anticipated in haute couture fashion week among others. This time Karl Lagerfeld was inspired by the athletic street wear and showed all his creations combined with sneakers.
But not just plain sneakers.
   The hourglass silhouettes of Chanel with corsets and cropped jackets, the tweed jackets and even dresses combined with sneakers made of python, tweed or adorned with stones (all covered with lace) each needed more than thirty hours to build the hand.The price is expected to overcomes three thousand euros and Karl did not hesitate to combine them even with wedding dress.
  The bride from before yesterday‘s show was none other than the model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne wearing the Chanel couture bridal creation, sneakers and the godson of uncle Karl and familiar of the Chanel catwalks, Hudson Kroenig, holding her tail , stepped into the Grand Palais and closed the show.

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