Fashion & Design (176)
Kiss and make up with Chanel
Iconic fashion brand Chanel is offering its website users and Facebook fans the possibility of sending a ‘rouge Coco kiss’ to someone special virtually. Each letter of the message is designed using Chanel’s products to create a chic note.
Why it matters
Using makeup is a form of expression which is deeply personal and can say a lot about who you are. What other products have this type of extension where by you can express a message to others using the brand as the vehicle?
TshirtOS is a t-shirt with an integrated operating system that allows wearers to share their social profile, take pictures and listen to music straight from the garment.
It’s like a personal board you can wear everywhere and anywhere. Created by Ballantine’s and CuteCircuit, TshirtOS believes that it’s allowing wearers to communicate with the world in a new way.
The latest wave of GenYers and Millennials getting hitched are reevaluating the pomp and circumstance around their Big Day. Traditional notions around a big wedding are being downscaled into intimate gatherings and low-key celebrations. This sentiment is reflected in bridal fashions and influencer sites. Starter rings, promise bands and grandma’s vintage jewelry have all become meaningful alternative options in lieu of the standard engagement ring, while women are looking to cocktail attire and easy gowns that can be re-worn and repurposed beyond their day in white.