5 morning must-reads: On Karl, Jared Leto’s hair and what’s new with All Saints
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Leave it to Karl Lagerfeld to transform the genre of fashion film, usually known as short and sultry, into a 30-minute production depicting Coco Chanel’s iconic 1954 comeback collection. The film, starring Geraldine Chaplin as the late designer, will debut before his Métiers d’Art runway show on December 10 in Dallas.
[WWD] ’90s Brit girl bands reuniting needs its own genre of childhood dreams come true. All Saints (also known as "the band with two Canadian sisters who managed to each marry a British rock star") is getting together to join the Backstreet Boys on their tour next year. Hold on to your crop tops, the ’90s are here to stay.
[Daily Maily] Because two impossibly stylish Brits are better than one, get Daphne Guinness’ take on the upcoming Isabella Blow exhibition opening tomorrow in London’s Somerset House. Guinness, a friend of the legendary magazine editor, bought Blow’s impressive wardrobe to prevent it from being auctioned at Christie’s, and now it’s on display for the world to see (or read about from afar).
[Vogue UK] From this day forward, when someone says "ombré hairstyle" the only appropriate response is "Jared Leto". Check out his perfectly glossy and cascading locks for inspiration on how to finally get this look done right (you’re welcome).
[ELLECanada.com] OK, speaking of mythical hairstyles, meet the fabulous hair goddess whose perfectly coiffed son proves that great locks run in the family: behold, Jared Leto’s mom (and her silvery mane of awesomeness). It all makes sense now.