Penélope Cruz and Brad Pitt Get Flirty in Chanel’s New Campaign + More Fashion News


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Plus Reebok partners with Anine Bing and Knix taps a new global ambassador.

The Chanel 2024 handbags campaign is as sexy as they come

Penélope Cruz, Brad Pitt and Chanel handbags? We’re blinded by beauty! (Not that we’re complaining!) For Chanel’s 2024 handbags campaign, the luxury house tapped Cruz, a longtime Chanel ambassador, and Pitt to star in its latest short film.

Photographed and directed by duo Inez & Vinoodh and captured in the coastal town of Deauville, the black and white recording takes inspiration from the 1966 Nouvelle Vague movie, A Man and a Women. With these mega stars decked out in Chanel, the campaign is as sexy as you would expect. Who knew ordering a steak could be so sultry?

Anine Bing gets sporty with Reebok

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Photography courtesy of Reebok

Are the Reebok x Anine Bing sneakers the new It shoe of the spring? We wouldn’t be surprised. The two brands have joined forces to put together a capsule collection re-imagining Reebok’s sporty styles from the ‘80s and ‘90s.

While the vintage-inspired athleisure assortment doesn’t launch until April 9, think of it as the ultimate weekend uniform with oversized tees, tailored shirts, sneakers and more.

Knix taps Gabrielle Union as its new global ambassador

Photography courtesy of Knix

Is there anything Gabrielle Union can’t do? If so, we haven’t found it yet. Enter her new role as Knix’s Global Ambassador. What exactly does that look like? For starters, she’s starring in the brand’s latest campaign and is debuting its new tagline “Knix for Life.” As for the rest, we’ll just have to see. But we expect it will be worth the wait.

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Florals get the royal treatment with the Burberry x Highgrove Gardens collab

Chanel 2024 handbag
Photography courtesy of Burberry

Is there anything more quintessentially British than Burberry? Well, perhaps the Royals. So it’s very fitting that the two English icons are celebrating the third year of their partnership with a new scarf and trench collection inspired by the private residence of His Majesty King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Highgrove Gardens.

The colourful assortments honours the steadfast work of King Charles III and The King’s Foundation, a charity founded by His Majesty which acts as custodian of Highgrove Gardens. And the illustrations were created by British artist Holly Mills, a graduate of the Royal Drawing School. An English rose if we ever saw one!

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Tiffany & Co. celebrates its icons

Photography courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

What does it take to be an icon in 2024? Just ask Tiffany & Co. Taking inspiration from legendary Tiffany & Co. window designer Gene Moore, the “With Love, Since 1837” campaign reveals the untold stories behind the luxury house’s most iconic jewelry collections: Lock, T, Knot, HardWear, Sixteen Stone and the Tiffany® Setting.

The images — shot by award-winning photographer and director Dan Tobin — feature all the famous emblems you expect from the brand in a beautiful, and imaginative new light: the New York skyline, intimate silhouettes and of course, that instantly recognizable Tiffany blue.

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