Chanel is really going for it with its new fragrance, Gabrielle. Which is not at all surprising, given it’s its first big fragrance launch in 15 years. Reviews so far have been mixed. Some describe it as smelling like a room diffuser from Next (ouch), while others love its fruity-floral effervescence.
While the ad campaign positions it as bold, groundbreaking and dynamic, it’s really not a power scent. To me it’s more of a pleasing ‘feminine’ floral fragrance that’s uncomplicated and easy to wear. (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. LVMH ECOMMERCE HAS LAUNCHED
24 Sèvres is aiming to deliver the ultimate luxury ecommerce experience. The just-launched site from Le Bon Marché (owned by LVMH) will stock over 150 luxury brands including Louis Vuitton & Dior, plus special collaborations and exclusives. (more…)
So even though I liked the Gap normcore campaign, it turns out the public didn’t. But that hasn’t stopped Gap trying to channel its normcore heritage one more time to engage a younger generation of customer.
This time it’s youthful 90s normcore which makes much more sense. (more…)
Despite my age, in some ways, I consider myself very millennial. In others, I’m soooo not!! Of course, I love social media, start-up culture and coffee shops. Selfies and reality trash TV? Nah, not so much.
The new Estée Edit line from Estée Lauder is aimed at millennials on the face of it, but dig deeper and it’s got universal appeal. (more…)