Chanel’s Metiers d’Arts fashion show was set up to resemble an Indian-themed dinner party, complete with banquet tables, chandeliers, floral arrangements, candlesticks and a large feast. Oh, there was a runway too. (Daily Mail)
What do cameras and skincare have in common? We’re not sure, but film and digital camera-maker Fujifilm, who has already launched the Astalift anti-aging skin care line in Japan, has plans to launch their skincare line in Europe as well. (WWD Beauty)
UPDATED: If you’re in New York, you can visit the Dragon Tattoo pop-up store in the Meatpacking District at 72 Gansevoort St. opening December 14th at noon.
Images of the complete Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for H&M collection are now available, so you can plan you shopping list accordingly. The collection hits stores Dec. 14. (Fashionista)
Lisa Frank, purveyor of neon-colored, glossy and glittery stickers, folders, notebooks and Trapper Keepers, also makes clothes! Who knew? (Racked)
Cheryl Cole debuts an eight piece collection of ‘killer shoes that don’t kill your feet’ for Stylistpick.com and admits to owning more than 2,000 pairs of heels that she hoards in every room in her home. (Daily Mail)
H&M admits that the bodies of most of the models it features on its website are computer-generated and “completely virtual”. It designs bodies that can better display clothes, then “dresses” it by drawing on its clothes, and digitally pastes on the heads of real women in post-production. (Jezebel via Aftonbladet)
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