Style Notes: Chanel to Launch E-Commerce; Lena Dunham Directs a Short Fashion Film
Get over hump day with these five fashion stories.
Start saving now: After years of holding out, Chanel has announced that it's getting into the e-commerce game as early as 2016. [WWD]
Lena Dunham directed a short film, starring Zoe Kazan, for designer Rachel Antonoff's collaboration with H&M's sister brand, & Other Stories. Antonoff just so happens to be the older sister of Dunham's beau, indie rock musician Jack Antonoff. It's all in the family, apparently. [Style.com]
Remember Marc Jacobs' infamous 1992 grunge-inspired show for Perry Ellis? Fashion critic Cathy Horyn sure does. Over 20 years ago, she was one of several critics to give a negative review, but today she's changed her mind and retracted her piece. Better late than never. [The Cut]
Christy Turlington and Toms founder Blake Mycoskie celebrated the launch of Toms' tote bag collaboration with Turlington's nonprofit, Every Mother Counts, in New York on Tuesday evening. At the event, Turlington reminisced about her 2001 athleisure brand, which preceded the athletic wear frenzy. It's all about timing. [Fashionista]
Instagram videos have been all the rage lately, and The New York Times isn't missing a beat. The NYT Fashion Instagram account posted a street-style video featuring fashionable artist Mina Kwon at home in Seoul, South Korea. [@nytimesfashion]