August 27 2014

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3 posts tagged "Anna Mouglalis"

Behind The Scenes Of Chanel’s Tale Of A Fairy


If that magic ticket to Antibes and the Chanel Cruise show got lost in the poste, never fear—you can now see Tale of a Fairy, the film Karl Lagerfeld shot with house favorites Anna Mouglalis, Kristen McMenamy, Freja Beha Erichsen, and Baptiste Giabiconi—in full at More curious how your Chanel sausage gets made? The label shared a few pics from behind the scenes with Karl, Kristen, Freja, and more. Check them out, above and below (not all of which, incidentally, are SFW). Continue Reading “Behind The Scenes Of Chanel’s Tale Of A Fairy” »

Costuming Coco


Coco Chanel has been all over the box office lately—played first by Audrey Tautou in Coco Before Chanel and, this September, by house favorite Anna Mouglalis in Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky. The latter has Coco in medias res at Chanel, which means a great wardrobe—and a pretty big challenge for costumers Chattoune Bourrec and Fabien Esnard-Lascombe, who work under the name Chattoune & Fab. But as they told, they had a little help from a ponytailed guardian angel. “Karl has an inspiration cupboard where he keeps little prized vintage tokens—not all of them Chanel—but just special little finds that he uses to help him. He opened that up to us and said ‘Help yourselves,’ ” Bourrec says. A gallery of their designs for the film are now on view over at the English mag’s site, which should just about hold you over until the flick’s 9/28 wide release.

Photo: Chattoune & Fab/

Blasblog From Venice: Fashionably Late


Not even the all-powerful Chanel can conquer some of Venice’s quirky attributes: namely, its lackadaisical schedule and its swarms of mosquitoes. At a lavish dinner at the Westin Europa & Regina hotel on the Grand Canal last night, Karl Lagerfeld and his entourage (handsome boys, his supermodel favorites, sundry staff) showed up a full two hours late. It seems that fittings for tonight’s show and prepping for a Piazza San Marco fashion shoot with Lara Stone that he was planning to squeeze in this morning took longer than expected in this slow-paced town, where the only transportation is motorboat. Not that anyone minded: Editors from all four corners of the globe were equally pleased with the romantic setting, and happily gave the Kaiser—seen here with Chanel face Anna Mouglalis—a standing ovation when he made his powdered and ponytailed arrival. Lagerfeld’s muse, however, was having a harder time: Lady Amanda Harlech had been stung in the eye by a pesky mosquito the night before, giving her a sort of permanent wink. “You have no idea…” she sighed of the timing. But a good muse doesn’t let a little thing like a mosquito bite keep her down: “Draw the attention away from the eye!” she teased with a grand sweep of her black Chanel cape. Check back tomorrow for pics from the Resort show, which Lagerfeld revealed would be reminiscent of Peggy Guggenheim, the patron whose Palazzo Venier dei Leoni now houses Italy’s most important collection of twentieth-century art.



Photo: Courtesy of Derek Blasberg