There are fashion book parties. And there are fashion book parties.
By which I mean, there are fashion books, and there are fashion books written by the one and only Karl Lagerfeld.
Fashion insiders, celebrities, models, designers, photographers, magazine editors, Chanel-lovers, and Karl’s international flotilla of muses all flocked to Soho to celebrate the launching of this gorgeous coffee table book. The event was held in an elegant loft space which perfectly complemented the black and white photographs blown up from the book that adorned the walls and acted as the perfect background for the primarily Chanel-clad guests.
Even her sexy sequined gown couldn’t outshine Joan’s smile! Wow!
It’s all about the black & white to stand out in red carpet photographs – These models definitely know how to make a a high impact entrance.
The statuesque Karolina Kurkova struck a pose in all-white, not a feat for mere mortals.
Never one to fade into the background, the stunning Hanneli Mustaparta posed with Caroline Winberg in everyone’s favorite Stella McCartney dress this season.
There was lots of Summer white to enjoy at this event, from hippie-inspired maxi dresses to chic dresses and separates, these ladies know what works best for them.
The Mad Men star looked phenomenal in a traditional Chanel tweed jacket in pale lemon yellow
And the surprise guest? Freja Beha Erichsen, whose photograph appears in the book, emerged for a night out on the town after having mysteriously sat out the last season of runway shows.
Biker chick chic!
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You can even check out a FabSugar highlight video from the event if you’re in the mood for some more play-by-play.
June 9, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: Alexander Wang, Amazon, Amazon.com, boho, Book party, Caroline Winberg, Chanel, Chanel Haute Couture, Chanel jacket, Chanel LIttle Black Jacket Party, clothing manufacturing, coffee table book, Constance Jablonski, Couture How To, Crystal Renn, Dakota Fanning, Daphne Guinness, Dree Hemingway, Elisa Sednaoui, Fabsugar, Fashion Book, Fashion Book Party, Fashion Book Party Style, Fashion Books, fashion insiders, Fashion party, Freja Beha Erichsen, Giovanna Battaglia, Hanneli Mustaparta, Hippie, How to make a chanel black jacket, Jessica Hart, Jessica Pare, Joan Smalls, Karl, Karl Lagerfeld, Karl Lagerfeld interview, Karl's muses, Karolina Kurkova, La Modella Mafia, LA MODELLA MAFIA blog, Lily Collins, Lily Donaldson, Linda Evangelista, Lindsey Wixson, Little Black Jacket, Little white dress, LWD, Mad Men, making couture, Making designer clothes, making of, making of couture, manufacturing of clothing, Maxi dress, model red carpet style, Model Style, Modelinia, muses, New York City, Poppy Delevigne, Red Carpet, Red Carpet fashion, red carpet style, Soho, Stella McCartney, Summer white, Swiss Institute, The Little Black Jacket: Chanel's Classic Revisited, tweed jacket, vintage, Vintage Chanel Haute Couture, Vintage Chanel jacket, Vogue, Vogue Magazine, Vogue.com, white separates | 2 Comments
I fell in love with this shot the first time I saw it on The Sartorialist
. What can I say? I’m just a girl who believes in love at first sight. Sartorial soul mates and all that. 🙂
What’s so great about this outfit is the simplicity of it. Dress. Bag. Belt. No muss, no fuss.
Top Left: Theory 'Odalis - Shellback' Dress - $100 on sale @ Nordstrom Rack, Top Right: Raoul Contrast Mod Dress - $190 @ Neiman Marcus, Bottom Left: Shoshanna Tone-on-Tone Check Dress - $190 @ CUSP & Bottom Right: MISERICORDIA dress - $75 @ Yoox.com
The first piece of this puzzle is a basic shift dress. Whether you want to go for a solid colored dress, a subtle pattern or something more dramatic, the key for a shift dress is to find a style that is flattering on you. Long-sleeved, knee-length, sleeveless, mini, pockets… It’s all about the fit and cut.
Top Left: Aria Leather Cross-Body Bag - $120 @ Banana Republic, Top Right: Ted Baker Leelar Patent Satchel - $210 @ Nordstrom, Bottom Left: Calvin Klein Vienna Lock Dr. Satchel - $130 @ eBags.com & Bottom Right: London Fog Hampton Satchel - $140 @ Amazon.com
A solid colored satchel bag is incredibly versatile and the top handle makes it a very east to hold onto bag, especially if you’re, say, a photographer and always busy with your hands.
Top Left: Cross-Stitched Panel Belt - $52 @ Guess, Top Right: Braided Leather Ring Belt - $30 @ American Eagle Outfitters, Bottom Left Leather Bow Belt - $30 @ Gap & Bottom Right: Braided Belt - $40 @ LOFT
A braided or simple belt doesn’t have to be expensive and in either black or brown is a great basic to keep in your closet. I love this bow belt from GAP but you want to make sure that a style like this is worn with a very basic shift dress to avoid over doing it on the cute-factor.
And if the browns & neutral tones of this color scheme don’t suit your coloring, just pick a more flattering color for pieces. Just try to keep them all to a similar color to keep the general idea behind this look in tact.
You can also check out past MCLV Style File looks below:
December 22, 2011 | Categories: Fashion, Style File | Tags: Amazon.com, American Eagle Outfitters, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, CUSP, eBags.com, Gap, Guess, LOFT, London Fog, Misercordia, Mod, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Nordstrom Racj, Photographer, Raoul Contrast Mod Dress, Satchel, Shoshanna Tone-on-tone dress, Ted Baker, The Sartorialist, Theory Odalis Shellback Dress, Yoox.com | 9 Comments