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Chanel Fall Winter 2019 Ad Campaign


Kris Grikaite, Rebecca Longendyke, Vittoria Ceretti, Jing Wen and Mona Tougaard are Chanel flower girls for the brand’s Fall Winter 2019 ad campaign. Styling direction by Carine Roitfeld, hair and makeup by Sam McKnight and Lucia Pica. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Chanel: Spring Summer 2019, Cruise 2019, Fall Winter 2018, Pre Fall 2018, Spring Summer 2018, Cruise 2018, Fall Winter 2017, Pre Fall 2017, Spring Summer 2017, Cruise 2017, Fall Winter 2016, Pre Fall 2016, Spring Summer 2016, Cruise 2016, Fall Winter 2015, Spring Summer 2015, Cruise 2015, Fall Winter 2014, Pre Fall 2014, Spring Summer 2014, Cruise 2014, Fall Winter 2013, Spring Summer 2013, Cruise 2012, Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall Winter 2011, Spring Summer 2011, Fall Winter 2010, Spring Summer 2010 and Fall Winter 2009.


Gabriel Chanel Essence Fragrance 2019 Ad Campaign


The campaign with actor Margot Robbie is photographed by Nick Knight. (source)


Sasha Pivovarova, Claudia Schiffer & Grace Elizabeth for Vogue China May 2019


Sasha Pivovarova, Claudia Schiffer, and Grace Elizabeth wear Chanel archival couture collection on the May 2019 covers of Vogue China shot by Camilla Akrans with styling by Daniela Paudice. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Sara Grace Wallerstedt, He Cong and Loane Normand, here to view 2017 cover featuring Liu Wen, here to view 2016 cover featuring Victoria Beckham, here to view 2015 cover featuring Sasha Luss, here to view 2014 cover featuring Fei Fei Sun, here to view 2013 cover featuring Maggie Cheung, here to view 2012 cover featuring Arizona Muse, here for 2011 cover with Frida Gustavsson, and here for 2010 cover with Natalia Vodianova.


Three Covers of Vogue Hong Kong Inaugural Issue


Gigi Hadid and Fei Fei Sun both wears Chanel on the inaugural issue of Vogue Hong Kong (out this Sunday) photographed by Nick Knight with styling by Anya Ziourova. Hair and makeup by Martin Cullen and Val Garland. (source)


Featured Article: Penélope Cruz for Marie Claire US February 2019


Penélope Cruz is the cover star of Marie Claire US’ latest issue, wearing Chanel and photographed by Nico Bustos (on newsstands January 10th).

Opening up to the magazine, Cruz shares how she places family above all, from the roles she chooses to filming schedules—and remains grounded in the life she’s built for herself. She goes on to share what surprised her about motherhood and how she’s fighting to extend the Time’s Up movement beyond Hollywood.

Next month, she stars in the thriller ‘Everybody Knows‘ alongside her husband, Javier Bardem.

On what surprised her about motherhood: “It’s the thing that make me the happiest. But there are a lot of things that have surprised me about it. It’s like a revolution inside you – a very animal-like one. The whole world looks different. You’ll never think of yourself first again, and I think that’s a very good thing. It happens in a second.”

On husband and frequent co-star, Javier Bardem: “Obviously we can’t choose parts just for logistical reasons, like ‘Oh let’s work together because it’s easier.’ No. In fact, it’s not something we want to do that often, partly out of desire to protect what we have. On the one hand, it’s easier because you know what person, he knows you, and the way you work is very similar. On the other hand, the idea of it happening every year is very scary. I think it’s better for it to just be once in a while, even though they’ve been very good experiences.”

On extending her work with Time’s Up beyond Hollywood: “A teacher or a doctor, they’re not going to get a microphone and somebody asking them: ‘What’s your situation? Are you suffering these things? So, it’s important to me to make clear that I’m not just talking about our industry. It affects women in all industries and every single country, and I speak for them, the ones that are never going to be asked that question. It’s good to remember that men can victims of this too. This can’t be about more division. If we don’t do this together, it’s useless.” Image courtesy of Marie Claire. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Hailee Steinfeld, here to view 2017 cover featuring Claire Danes, here to view 2016 cover featuring Chloë Grace Moretz, here to view 2014 cover featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, here to view 2014 cover featuring Drew Barrymore, here to view 2012 cover featuring Heidi Klum, here to view last year covers featuring Christina Aguilera, here for 2011 cover with Michelle Williams, and here for 2010 cover also with Christina Aguilera.


Boy De Chanel Spring Summer 2019 Ad Campaign


Tim Schuhmacher and Matthew Bell are fronting Chanel’s first men’s beauty line, Boy De Chanel ad campaign images. The campaign are photographed by Sølve Sundsbø with styling by Anastasia Barbieri. Hair and makeup by Laurent Philippon and Stephane Marais. (source)


Claire Foy for The Hollywood Reporter October 17th 2018


By far, it looks like only Vogue US who doesn’t captured Claire Foy in her best on magazine covers. Porter Edit and The Hollywood Reporter both photographed her in a very fine way.

This latest issue of THR is lensed by Anais + Dax with styling by Jason Rembert (in Chanel tweed suit), hair and makeup by Ben Skervin and Tyron Machhausen. (source)


Chanel Cruise 2019 Ad Campaign


Penelope Cruz is the Cruise 2019 ad campaign face of Chanel. Although we love both the collection and Penelope, but we couldn’t help but feeling underwhelmed by the monochrome images captured by Karl Lagerfeld as it’s not showing the resort vibrancy that was shown on the runway. Oh, well. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Chanel: Fall Winter 2018, Pre Fall 2018, Spring Summer 2018, Cruise 2018, Fall Winter 2017, Pre Fall 2017, Spring Summer 2017, Cruise 2017, Fall Winter 2016, Pre Fall 2016, Spring Summer 2016, Cruise 2016, Fall Winter 2015, Spring Summer 2015, Cruise 2015, Fall Winter 2014, Pre Fall 2014, Spring Summer 2014, Cruise 2014, Fall Winter 2013, Spring Summer 2013, Cruise 2012, Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall Winter 2011, Spring Summer 2011, Fall Winter 2010, Spring Summer 2010 and Fall Winter 2009.


Chanel Eyewear Fall Winter 2018 Ad Campaign


Luna Bijl is photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for the campaign. (source)


Featured Article: Julianne Moore for Town & Country October 2018


Academy Award winner Julianne Moore (in Chanel Couture and Chanel Fine Jewellery) stars in this month’s release of Bel Canto (in theaters September 14), based on Ann Patchett’s best-selling 2001 novel of the same name. Moore plays Roxane, a world class opera singer taken hostage while performing at a politician’s party in South America. In the film, Roxane’s singing voice is provided by the opera star Renée Fleming, whose own soprano is the voice Patchett had in mind when she wrote the character.

The October cover of Town & Country is photographed by Tom Munro with styling by Nicoletta Santoro.

On how she related to Roxane in Bel Canto: “A character who had been in Paris by herself, that was something I could relate to, because before I had a family I would find myself in a location all by myself and think, ‘This isn’t the kind of life I want to have. She lives without any kind of community.’”

On opera in the modern day: “I think that’s the tragedy of opera in the modern day, that most people’s access to it comes through TV, and it sounds, unfortunately, the same. But being so close to these musical masters, you hear the different qualities of their voices unamplified.”

On what her daughter thinks of the roles she chooses: “…Oddly, a lot of my roles get lumped together. There was a series of 1950s housewives that were all thrown at me at the same time. Or you do a bunch of funny things all at once. MY daughter recently asked me about a project, ‘Do you die again, Mom? I feel you like you always die.’

On the most important element to her acting method: “For me the most important thing is research. If I’m playing an opera singer, I better learn what it is to be an opera singer or be able to approximate it. I’m going to know my lines. I’m going to know the music. I’m going to know all of that stuff. But then that preparation allows you to drop it on camera.” (source)


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