Friday, June 14, 2024

The Fashion News You Might Have Missed This Month | ELLE

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We’re halfway through 2024, which means there’s plenty of fashion goodness to catch up on. From Cruise collections to campaign unveilings, and even European restaurant residencies, we’ve rounded up everything worth knowing in the fashionable zeitgeist this June. Keep reading for more.

Chanel Unveils 2023/24 Métiers d’Art Collection Campaign

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Chanel’s 2023/24 Métiers d’Art Collection Campaign celebrated tweed — an eternal and iconic code of the House. Photographed by Mikael Jansson, the campaign features black and white and colour diptychs, with each shot highlighting the vast array of tweed’s potential.

The Chanel 2023/24 24 Métiers d’Art collection is available now in boutiques.

Hailey Bieber Stars In Saint Laurent’s Summer 24 Campaign

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Saint Laurent has enlisted two icons for its Summer 24 Campaign: Hailey Bieber and the LE 5 À 7 bag.

The campaign took inspiration from the likes of Amelia Earhart, Adrienne Bolland and other pioneering women who infiltrated domains once considered exclusively male, to highlight the houses expertise in chic, pragmatic, and timeless designs, the . Think: loose, distinctly masculine silhouettes, with an elegantly feminine twist.

Calvin Klein Launches 2024 ‘This Is Love’ Pride Campaign

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Calvin Klein is celebrating Pride month with the hep of Cara Delevingne and Jeremy Pope.

The campaign, which was unveiled to mark the start of Pride, captures the joyful, confident energy of the month-long celebration. Accompanying the series of images is a campaign video, which features Cara and Jeremy, alongsied Stella Maxwell, Great Hofer, Tingel Liu, Monet Lauren, Charlie Knepper, Vison Fraley, Janick Heilijers, Diego Pasillas and Mauro van de Kerkhof, lip-syncing to Crystal Water’s iconic anthem ‘100% Pure Love.’

Louis Vuitton Returns To Saint Tropez

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If you’re planning a Europe summer, add Louis Vuitton’s Saint Tropez residency to your itinerary. For the second consecutive year, the House will stage an elegant restaurant oasis at the White 1921 Hotel, under the culinary vision of star chef Arnaud Donckele and chef pâtissier Maxime Frédéric. Both hailing from Normandy, the chefs have created a four-hand menu that reflects a shared passion for reimagining Louis Vuitton’s inimitable savoir-faire as a dining experience.

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