Here’s All the Fashion News You Missed This Week
Marc Jacobs launches a new line, Lady Gaga's costumes are on display in Vegas, and more.
An Exhibition of Lady Gaga’s Costumes Just Opened in Vegas
Calling all Little Monsters, a number of Lady Gaga archival pieces have landed at the Park MGM hotel in Vegas as part of a brand-new Haus of Gaga Fashion Exhibition. Among the outfits on display is the “meat dress” she wore to the 2010 MTV VMAs and a pair of half-smoked cigarette sunglasses. “Our vision for HAUS OF GAGA/LAS VEGAS is a space that will visually immerse fans into Lady Gaga’s most iconic moments that will leave them in awe,” longtime Haus of Gaga member Nicola Formichetti said in a press release. In the coming months, Haus of Gaga will be putting up select items for auction that a few lucky fans will be able to take home with them. All of the proceeds will be going towards the star’s Born This Way foundation. (WWD)
Marc Jacobs is Launching a New Diffusion Line
THE Marc Jacobs, a diffusion line that appears to be similar to the beloved Marc by Marc Jacobs line has made its retail debut. The clothing is classic Marc; vintage-inspired with a quirky-preppy twist. In an interview with WWD, Jacobs mentions how excited he is about the collection and being able to express his creative vision. “I’m doing this the same way we’ve always done it. We are working on something that feels right to us,” he says. For now, the line consists of 2 main collections a year, and is thoroughly infused with Jacobs’s eclectic sensibility. The collection has launched online and a pop-up store will be opening in SoHo on June 4th. (WWD)
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I am so proud and pleased to announce THE MARC JACOBS (officially launching on May 30th). THE is an eclectic collection of items: Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry, Accessories, etc. I’ll share more about what THE is in greater detail later on… For now please check out this fantastic image (and maybe a few more early leaks to follow) Photographed by @_hugoscott – Styled by @lottavolkova – Hair by @namiyyy – Make up by #shingoshibata – Casting by @midlandagency – THE TWINS are @shanaemullings @shanipara2 – Wearing THE FORTIES DRESS, THE BLOUSE, THE PLEATED SKIRT, THE STOLE, THE POINTELLE TIGHT, THE PUMP, THE LOGO HOOP all THE MARC JACOBS.
Chanel Will Host Their Métiers d’Arts Collection in Paris
Chanel has announced that their Métier d’Arts 2019-2020 collection will be presented in an as-of-yet undisclosed location in Paris on Dec. 5th. It will be the first Chanel collection designed exclusively by Virginie Viard after Karl Lagerfeld’s passing. The Paris location represents a homecoming for the brand; in previous years, Chanel has brought Métier d’Arts to the the likes of Rome, Scotland and Shanghai. Paris has been chosen in correlation with Chanel’s pledge to strengthen its bond with the capital. (WWD)
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Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show is coming back to Paris. Chanel’s next Métiers d’Art collection will be shown in Paris on Dec. 5, according to a statement issued by the house. The exact location is yet to be revealed. The Métiers d’Art 2019-2020 collection will be the first designed exclusively by Virginie Viard, Karl Lagerfeld’s longtime right hand, who took over creative direction of the house following the designer’s death in February. Tap the link in bio for more. Report: @fleurfleurette . . . . #wwdfashion #chanel
Roger Vivier is Opening its First Store in Canada
Paris fashion house Roger Vivier is opening its doors in Canada for the first time. A boutique store is slated to open in the Yorkdale location of Holt Renfrew this July. The legendary French brand started in 1937 after Roger Vivier designed his a pair of custom shoes for Joséphine Baker. Since its creation, the house has reached many milestones, from being the first brand to use clear plastic in footwear, to designing shoes for her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Under creative direction from Gherardo Felloni, the house’s most recent Fall/Winter 2019/20 collection explores Felloni’s interest in architecture. (Press release)