Do people care deeply about creative director inspirations? If you do, you’re in luck as Chanel’s Global Creative Makeup and Colour Designer, Lucia Pica has delivered tons of them for her new beauty collection.
Chanel autumn 2017 is called Travel Diary and just dropped last Friday. It’s meant to be autumnal, but it’s got much more of a late summer feel with its sun-dappled colours informed by road, sea and sky. (more…)
Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands and industry stories currently buzzing on my radar…
1. CALVIN KLEIN HOMES
It’s all eyes on Raf Simons as the new-look Calvin Klein finally materialises. For starters, there’s lots of news about Raf Simons’ reimagining of the Madison Avenue flagship store. The industrial yellow interior (by collaborator Sterling Ruby) is temporary while the store awaits a full renovation. (more…)
This new iteration of YSL Touche Éclat Le Teint Foundation (£32.50, launching today), is so much better than the original. I remember getting very excited about it when it first launched four years ago, but the reality was that it was a little too shine-inducing.
For SS16, Dior womenswear is lighter and less structured than ever. As is his way, Raf riffs on the dualities of past and future (with a hint of space age in the bags), masculine and feminine (rugged shapes over delicate lingerie styling) and luxury and utility.
Here are my top 5 styling highlights…
1. BIG JUMPER, SMALL PANTS
One of the most easily translatable looks was the cropped scallop-hemmed knits with pushed-up sleeves worn over white organdie cami-knickers. Don’t worry, IRL, these will be shorts… (more…)