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Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams Star in Chanel’s Pre-Fall Campaign

Photo: Courtesy of Chanel

Photo: Courtesy of Chanel

CC the world…

Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams might just be Karl Lagerfeld’s favorite pair. Mere weeks after they performed together at the after-party for Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show redux in New York, the duo is together again, this time featured in the luxury house’s latest campaign. The Pre-Fall ads depict Delevingne and Williams in full Chanel Salzburg attire, including knee-high lace-up boots and embellished jackets. Mini model Hudson Kroenig also makes an appearance—in a pint-sized pair of lederhosen, of course. [Chanel]

A simpler time…

From stationery to school bells and the sound of children playing, Miu Miu’s latest campaign video and images have a decidedly youthful feel. The Jamie Hawkesworth-lensed campaign features 16-year-old model Estella Boersma, who made her catwalk debut walking for Miu Miu earlier this year. [Miu Miu]

Fresh dressed…

Kanye West, P. Diddy, and Pharrell Williams weigh in on what it means to be fresh, in the new documentary Fresh Dressed. Premiering June 26, the film is set to explore hip-hop clothing culture and features interviews with several prominent figures in the music industry. [Vanity Fair]

The art of criticism…

In a recent interview, Cathy Horyn discussed the difficulties of being a critic. “Narciso [Rodriguez] and I are very friendly, Raf and I are very friendly, but I’ve called them before and said, ‘I got to tell you, this is not my favorite show,’” she revealed, explaining that “you’ve always got something influencing you, but you should work at keeping some distance from that. You just have to say what you think.” [Business of Fashion]

MAC’s latest collab…

Chinese haute couture designer Guo Pei is the latest creative to be picked to collaborate with MAC Cosmetics. The 16-piece collection includes azure blue eyeshadow and coral lipstick, which Pei believes are “colors of happiness.” The collaboration coincides with this year’s Met Gala’s Costume Institute exhibit, China: Through the Looking Glass, where two of Pei’s gowns will be displayed. [The Cut]

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