Editor Obsessions: Lanvin’s new artistic director, a bracelet that makes a difference and more
Here's what got us talking this week.
Lanvin appoints Bouchra Jarrar as new creative director
After an ugly break-up with former creative director Alber Elbaz, and not-so-nice reviews of its fall 2016 (creative director-less) fashion show in Paris, Lanvin announced today that it has appointed Bouchra Jarrar as the new Artistic Director of Women’s Collections. Jarrar, who launched her eponymous label in 2010 previously worked under Nicolas Ghesquiere during his time at Balenciaga. Her first collection for the fashion house will be the resort 2016 show in June.
Saks Sherway Gardens launches Nancy Gonzalez bags
Nancy Gonzalez, the Colombian entrepreneur and winner of the 2007 Accessories Council Brand of the Year Award, has launched her eponymous handbag line exclusively at Saks Sherway Gardens. The brand is iconic for its use of bright colours and distinctive craftsmanship. It will have a dedicated shop-in-shop at Saks Sherway Gardens, the first brick and mortar location in Canada.
Manu Atelier releases a bracelet by women for women to celebrate International Women’s Day
On March 8th, Manu Atelier released the One Million Sisters Bracelet with help from global ambassadors Christy Turlington and Caroline de Maigret. Sold exclusively on Stylebop, all proceeds from sales go directly to One Million Sisters, a new charity set up to support women around the globe. You can buy the bracelet here.
Coach hosts prom night to celebrate Paris Fashion Week
Coach hosted a fashionable prom night in Paris to kick off fashion week. With a guest list that included Suki Waterhouse and Chloë Grace Moretz, and performances by Debbie Harry and Mark Ronson it was truly a night to remember. Check out the video to get a peek into how fashion does prom.