In between online shopping and voting on “Love It or Leave It” about the outfits we’re most passionate about, the PEOPLE Style team spends a lot of time scouring the web for the best beauty and style news out there. Below, check out five can’t-miss items to talk about over wine with your stylish buddies (or just to bookmark for future inspiration!).
The latest stylish shots to come out of Dior: Marion Cotillard’s newest campaign ads for Lady Dior. As per usual, they’re absolutely gorgeous. In the photos, shot by Craig McDean, the 39-year-old French actress is featured posing in the night in the City of Light wearing looks from the pre-fall collection, all while carrying three new versions of the brand’s structured handbag.
Next up, some slightly less-alarming news than the last musician/Chanel collaboration: Producer and wearer of giant hats Pharrell Williams will star in Karl Lagerfeld’s latest movie that will be screened along with the Paris-Salzburg pre-fall collection presentation on Dec. 2. Williams will star (and dance!) alongside supermodel Cara Delevingne and six-year-old Hudson Kroenig, according to WWD. We’re not sure what the plot of the film is, but we’re putting our money on a “Step Up” redux featuring Williams and Delevingne on sparring dance teams.
And in other Chanel news, filmmaker Trevor Undi put together this stunning film to showcase the fashion brand’s artistry and craftsmanship, along with rare behind-the-scenes and archival footage from the House of Chanel. The film’s orchestral score was composed by Gabriel Yared. Go ahead and take a peek at the video — we promise it’s as gorgeous as the brand itself.
BaubleBar, the luxe jewelry brand for less, usually features celebs and tastemakers for its Guest Bartender program, in which they curate their own picks in a collection for fans. But recently, the brand has teamed up with Megan Runser, a BaubleBar fan who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in May, to create a 17 piece collection of jewelry, featuring bold, gold styles and colorful statement pieces, which is available now online. And to help combat Runser’s illness, BaubleBar is donating 100 percent of the net profits from the entire collection, as well as the “As Good As Gold” fundraising bracelet to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. And for fans who tweet with the hashtag “#AsGoodAsGold,” the brand will also donate $1 to the cause.
French actress and model Clémence Poésy made her first directorial debut in a short film for the fashion brand Wren‘s Spring 2015 collection. The film, Where Is That Script?, features her best friend and actress Nora Zehetner and was filmed at The Museum of Natural History in New York City. Wren has previously worked with Tavi Gevinson, Gia Coppola and more.
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