Style Notes: Gisele Bundchen Gets Deep in Chanel Film; Alexander McQueen to Show in London
Pass the time between now and Friday with these style stories.
Gisele Bundchen's sold out book may have been strictly photos, but we have a feeling that if she wanted to, the model could be a poet, too. Bundchen speaks elegantly about her relationship with the Earth for a new Chanel short film, which also shows her walking barefoot in just a blanket across her and hubby Tom Brady's beautiful New England estate. [Racked]
Alexander McQueen is returning to its roots. For the fall 2016 presentation only, the brand will show its collection in London. The fashion label, which usually presents at Paris Fashion Week, is reportedly releasing a special product in London at the time of the show this February, which is the rumored reason for the change of scenery. The company has so far declined to provide comment on the brand's temporary homecoming. [WWD]
Like many heritage brands, Mulberry has been making changes in the past few years to help turn the ailing company around. And based on the results for the first half of the year, it looks like their efforts have been successful. For the first time since the departure of former CEO Bruno Guillon in 2014, the company made rather than lost money. Lower priced bags, the casting of "It" Brits Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger in the brand's campaigns, as well as the efforts of interim CEO Godfrey Davis, are to thank for the uptick. [Fashionista]