August 28 2014

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17 posts tagged "Alice Dellal"

Alice Dellal Is Reportedly The New Face Of Chanel, China Drives The Luxury Menswear Market, Dasha Zhukova X Illesteva, And More…


Alice Dellal, the drummer in the band Thrush Metal, is reportedly the next face of Chanel. In the past, Karl Lagerfeld has cast the likes of Blake Lively, Jerry Hall, and Lily Allen in his handbag campaigns. [WWD]

A new study by Consultancy Bain & Co. reveals that the luxury menswear market is growing twice as fast as the luxury womenswear sector. The shift is being driven by China, which is the world’s biggest luxury goods market in terms of growth. [Vogue U.K.]

Dasha Zhukova has designed a limited-edition frame for eyewear brand Illesteva. The sunglasses benefit Restoring Vision, “which has helped supply glasses to more than 1.3 million people in need since 2003.” [WWD]

To celebrate Pringle of Scotland’s debut on, Tilda Swinton sat down with the brand’s creative director, Alistair Carr, to talk about the inspiration behind his first pre-fall collection for the label. The video is exclusively on today. [Dazed Digital]

Photo: Stephane Feugere

Bernard Arnault Gets a Rap, Alice Dellal Rocks ‘n’ Rolls, Anja Rubik Weds, And More…


Crank that Bernard Arnault? You read that correctly. The chairman of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is the inspiration behind Soulja Boy’s (the rapper behind “Crank That” and “Turn My Swag On”) new mixtape. By last night, the “Bernard Arnault” EP had already been downloaded over 13,000 times. [WWD]

Soulja Boy isn’t the only one with something to sing about—Brazilian model Alice Dellal (and Mick Jagger’s goddaughter) is rocking out in a “high-voltage solo” for Matthew Donaldson’s new short. The film, which is part of stylist Aurelia Donaldson’s series for The Telegraph, demonstrates models’ off-runway skills. [Nowness]

Before her wedding, model Anja Rubik and her dress designer, Emilio Pucci’s Peter Dundas, checked in with to share the details of the gown’s design process. At the time, the bride wouldn’t reveal specifics of it, but today, we finally get a glimpse of the short dress with a long train she wore down the aisle this weekend. [Vogue.U.K.]

Waiters at Tom Collins’ new pop-up Bistrotheque 88 will be serving up his dishes in serious style. The restaurant, in Canary Wharf (accessible by boat from Westminster Pier in London), enlisted Giles Deacon to create uniforms inspired by the eighties. In addition, some staff members will be sporting pieces from the likes of Katharine Hamnett and Thierry Mugler. Get there soon—it’s only open until July 23. [Grazia Daily]

Photo: Vogue.U.K.

Andrea Dellal Gives Back—With An Epic Party, Naturally


The Brazil Foundation gala won’t be until the fall, but the buzz began yesterday night at Fatima Otero’s marvelous town house in the West Village. Olivier Theyskens, Shala Monroque, Adam Lippes, Luigi Tadini, and more were there to celebrate the gala’s just-announced honoree, Andrea Dellal. Dellal (above left), the London-based social and matriarch of the large Dellal clan—her daughters are Charlotte Olympia designer Charlotte Dellal and model Alice Dellal; her son, Alex Dellal, runs the iPad magazine POST—is one of the most visible Brazilians on the social scene. After so many years living outside her country, Dellal said, it was time to give it back. “Brazil is a rich country, but the gap is still huge between the upper and lower class,” she explained. “It’s time to join forces, between all of us, and give back to those who need most.” One way to give, of course, is by buying a ticket to the September 19 event, which takes place at the New York Public Library. Expect plenty of Valentino: label heavy and jewelry designer Carlos de Souza (above center, with Otero, right) is doing the list this year, and the house is co-sponsoring the event. A hot list of Brazilian artists will be donating art to be auctioned, too. Last year’s $2.5 million raised could even be topped this year—especially if, as last year, Brazil’s most visible fashion plate, Gisele, takes to the mic to sell the dress off her back.

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Photo: Courtesy of the Brazil Foundation

Prints And Punks, In Town From London


Many of London fashion’s young guns are in town this week for a few days of press appointments and sales at the behest of the London Showroom. It was a bit of a mad affair, with 20-odd designers and their Spring collections piled into a penthouse at the Soho Grand, but the mood fit the frenetic, often quite lovely collections.

It was hard not to love the eye-popping prints Holly Fulton screens on silk dresses and jersey shifts, then punches up with heaping handfuls of Swarovski crystals. There was a Lichtenstein-ish cloud print that would’ve suited a particularly chic cartoon character, and a spiky horsehair clutch to go along with. Prints were the word, too, at Mary Katrantzou’s interiors-inspired collection, which hits Barneys exclusively in the U.S. this season. She, too, got the Swarovski blessing (and a dip into the company coffers), which she used to create crystal-bedecked lampshade skirts and a great little multicolored cuff.

There were notes of soft color and texture for girls from Michael van der Ham and for blokes from Christopher Shannon. But it wasn’t all sweetness and light. There was a punk buzz emanating from a few strong collections, like Meadham Kirchhoff, Sibling, and Dominic Jones. Jones, a jeweler, softened punky studs into architectural, Deco shapes for his Spring ’11 collection—and shot it on Alice Dellal, something of a softened punky herself (left). And the knitwear trio of Sibling—who, incidentally, have a Topshop line, Sister by Sibling, in the offing—banged on to that beat, too. One intarsia’ed sweater depicted the Statue of Liberty sporting a mohawk; another piece, a collaboration with the English artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster, famous for their neon-light word pieces, blared “GIRLFRIEND FROM HELL” and “PUNY UNDERNOURISHED KID” in embroidery on a cotton sweatsuit. Their best gave Robert Indiana’s famous LOVE painting a dressing down (right). As the Beatles once said (or didn’t they?), “All You Need Is Punk.”

Photos: Courtesy of Dominic Jones; Courtesy of Sibling

If The Shoe Fits…


The Savile Club is one of London’s most elegant venues, where Robert Louis Stevenson, Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, and W.B. Yeats used to gather to drink and dine. Last night’s crowd was, if not quite as illustrious, perhaps a tad more sartorially distinguished. Charlotte Dellal (pictured) assembled family and friends for a celebration of her new Mayfair Charlotte Olympia shop. Rosamund Pike, Alice Temperley, Astrid Muçoz, Elizabeth Saltzman Walker, and Ben Grimes all made appearances, as did many members of the Dellal clan: sister Alice, his girlfriend Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco, father Guy, and mom Andrea, the last of whom (in enviable shape for a mother of four, and a new grandmother) wore a see-through houndstooth blouse.

If the guests were worn down from their LFW exertions, they didn’t show it. Elizabeth Saltzman Walker did wonder whether she could make it through the night without falling over, but there were plenty of catwalkers around if she needed any pointers. Earlier that day, Grimes had taken to the Pam Hogg runway wearing a Hannibal Lecter-eque mouth guard, and Dellal took her turn topless, dressed like a deer, and banging on a drum. All in all, it was a fairy-tale dinner, with a better-than-fairy-tale ending: a gift of a scarf, a new pair of Charlotte Olympias, and a stunning Perspex minaudière. “The shoes fit!” exclaimed Fiona Golfer, a contributing editor to British Vogue, easing her way down the velvet staircase. “Now I really feel like a Cinderella.”

Photo: Staff