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Chanel to show next Cruise collection in Dubai
In a first for the storied house of Chanel, the brand will present its Cruise 2021/2022 collection in Dubai, with a physical show stated to take place on November 2. The event is actually a repeat viewing of the collection, which was already unveiled to the world in May at the Carrières de Lumières in the village of Les Baux-de-Provence in the south of France. Who’ll catch the bride’s bouquet this time around?!
The Met Gala’s invite list is reportedly raising some eyebrows
The rescheduled Met Gala is set to bring many TikTokers, YouTubers, and other social media personalities to the red carpet, and it seems not everyone is happy about it. According to a source quoted in PageSix, it’s even made other A listers reconsider attending. One agent told the outlet: “I’ve been told that a lot of influencers are on the guest list…I’ve heard that Facebook and Instagram have taken so many tables, and that’s put a lot of people off going, alongside the mask mandate.” And another publicist added: “Personally, I don’t think the Met is cool anymore…it’s gone from super prestigious to [being] full of influencers.” Oof! Among those reportedly on the guest list for this year’s festivities are Emma Chamberlain and Addison Rae.
Brilliant Earth’s Ensemble Collection is now live
Give ’em the old razzle dazzle: Brilliant Earth’s Ensemble Collection of 37 engagement rings and wedding bands has landed. Designed to be stacked, mixed, and matched, the highly-anticipated offering incorporates everything would-be brides could dream of. From ultra thin to chunky styles—and many trend-driven pieces in between—the conflict-free diamond brand is making it easier than ever to shop online by utilizing their on-site visualization tool. Blingin’!
Isabela Rangel Grutman launches new clothing brand
Model, mother, and philanthropist Isabela Rangel Grutman is set to launch her clothing brand, Rangel, today. The mommy-and-me offering pays homage to two locations close to Grutman’s heart, with all items made in Miami and comprised of 100% organic Brazilian fabrics. The Brazil-native and mom-of-two lives in Miami with her hospitality mogul husband, David Grutman, and their daughters Kaia and Vida—who naturally star front and center in the brand’s campaigns. Shop the offering when it goes live today.
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