Style Notes: Kim Kardashian Covers Elle; You Can Now Buy Celine Products Online
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Kim Kardashian Covers Elle, Reveals Kanye's "Dream Project" [Elle]
In case you just can't get enough of Kim Kardashian, fret not — the 37-year-old has landed yet another magazine cover complete with a story about her "label-less" home in Calabasas, California, where both the staff and the water bottles are devoid of outward labels. Among tales of her surrogacy and TV show, she tells writer Molly Young of the lack of labels, “If Kanye had a dream project, it would be to make a Yeezy product line — like deodorant, every product you could imagine. He would redo them all; he hates how they look.” Kardashian was photographed by Boo George in Balmain for the California chic cover.
Celine's Ecommerce Shop Is Finally Live [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
They (read: former creative director Phoebe Philo) said it would never happen, but Celine has finally caved to the ways of the future and launched its first-ever e-commerce experience. First announced last year, the e-commerce foray will be hosted on 24 Sevres, LVMH's multi-brand shopping site, and include items from all categories, including ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, accessories and eyewear. The spring 2018 collection is now online.
Khloe Kardashian's Good American Launches Good Mama Maternity Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Mama-to-be Khloe Kardashian is growing the Good American lifestyle and denim collection she launched with Emma Grede in 2017 to include a range of maternity denim appropriately titled Good Mama. The collection, which includes two styles ($149-$179) in sizes 00-24, launches online on Thursday. Naturally, Kardashian and her perfectly polished baby bump star in the first campaign for the collection.
Dior Expands Female Mentorship Program [WWD]
Given the less-than-subtle theme of female empowerment woven throughout Dior's past few shows, it makes sense that the French fashion house's latest philanthropic endeavor also has a feminist slant. Dior on Tuesday announced the second class of its yearlong mentorship program, which pairs 100 female employees under the age of 30 with 100 female students from the world's top business, fashion and engineering schools. (The program has expanded from 70 mentees last year.) The second wave kicked off Monday in Paris.