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April 19 2014

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A Peek At Carine’s Chanel Campaign, Travel Tips From World Wide Waris, The Sartorial Stars Of The Silver Screen Hit The Block, And More…

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You never know what you’re going to get when you step inside a photo booth—but if you’re decked out in Chanel, and styled by Carine Roitfeld, as Freja is in the new Chanel campaign, odds are, the results will be pretty good. [Fashionologie]

House of Waris designer Waris Ahluwalia—”not a lady who lunches,” he says, “but very very comfortable with ladies who do”—picks out his favorite lunch spots across the globe, for his fellow world-travelers. (Also: New York’s most historic toothpaste shop?) [Telegraph]

Marilyn Monroe’s infamous white “subway grate” dress will get one final act on June 18. The dress, along with thousands of Hollywood’s most iconic costumes owned by Debbie Reynolds, is set to hit the auction block this June. The Marilyn dress is expected to blow away the rest of the items, at an estimated $1 to $2 million; challenging it for the top spot are Judy Garland’s red slippers from The Wizard of Oz, Audrey Hepburn’s ascot gown from My Fair Lady, and Charlie Chaplin’s signature bowler hat. [WSJ.]

A rare treat for packrats: A giant new exhibition of Louis Vuitton trunks (including some dating all the way back to 1854) will open at China’s National Museum, now the world’s largest, on Monday. [WWD]

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