Editor Obsessions: Net-a-porter launches Tiffany & Co., Chanel’s upcoming exhibition and more
Here's what got us talking this week.
Karl Lagerfeld to display over 200 photographs in Cuba
To celebrate French culture month in Cuba, Chanel will be presenting an exhibition composed of over 200 photographs taken by Karl Lagerfeld. The exhibition, called Obra en Procesco/ Work in Progress, will run from April 28th to May 12th 2016, and will be divided into three sections, fashion, architecture and landscapes, three areas that are of great interest to Lagerfeld. The fashion house will be hosting its Cruise collection in Havana on the 3rd of May, just a few days after the opening of the exhibition.
Gravity Pope and Alice and Whittles team up for boot swap
This weekend, Gravity Pope is hosting a boot swap at their Vancouver store in partnership with footwear brand Alice and Whittles. Customers are encouraged to bring in their old rain boots, which will be donated to Covenant House, and in exchange, will be given $30 toward the purchase of a pair of Alice and Whittles sustainable rain boots.
Net-a-Porter launches Tiffany & Co.
You can now get your Tiffany diamonds and that dress you were eyeing all in one place. On Wednesday, Net-a-Porter launched Tiffany & Co. globally, making them the only authorized online destination other than the Tiffany & Co. website to carry the jewells.
Cash Warren’s sock line comes to Canada
Pair of Thieves is a range of socks founded by Cash Warren, David Ehrenberg and Alan Stuart. With a mandate to make anything-but-boring socks, Pair of Thieves features bright colours and playful patterns as well as innovative arch supports and wicking fabrics. One highlight is the kid/dad range of matching pairs of socks in adult and adorable mini versions. Check them out here.