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North West Gets Her First Chanel...and Editorial Spread

North West Gets Her First Chanel...and Editorial Spread

  by Lauren Kaplan

Little North West has achieved, at 13 months, what most models can only dream about. Her appearance in the April 2014 issue of Vogue with mom Kim Kardashian and dad Kanye West was her first big magazine spread, and we knew then [...]

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Neiman Marcus is Coming to Hudson Yards

Neiman Marcus is Coming to Hudson Yards

  by Channing Hargrove

Guess who’s coming to New York City, and Hudson Yards specifically? Neiman Marcus! The Dallas-based department store (credited with giving Coco Chanel her start in America) is slated to open a flagship store in Hudson Yards, the [...]

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Karl Lagerfeld Has Enough Houses, Starts Designing Hotels

Karl Lagerfeld Has Enough Houses, Starts Designing Hotels

  by Channing Hargrove

It’s clear that Karl Lagerfeld has a penchant for interior design. He creates elaborate sets for his collections—Chanel’s Fall 2014 grocery store, anyone—redesigns hotels and pools, and now the Chanel and Fendi designer is off [...]

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Karl Lagerfeld Thanks Dallas

Karl Lagerfeld Thanks Dallas

  by Channing Hargrove

Who knew Dallas was so important to the house of Chanel? “It was America who rediscovered her, so this is a thank you,” Karl Lagerfeld told Women’s Wear Daily. “Without America, she would have closed the entire [...]

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Toto Koopman’s Story is One for the Books

Toto Koopman’s Story is One for the Books

  by Channing Hargrove

French author Jean-Noël Liaut is exploring the life of Catharina Koopman for his latest book, The Many Lives of Miss K.: Toto Koopman—Model, Muse, Spy. For his 11th book, Liaut is rediscovering the mystery that is Koopman’s life. [...]

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Happy 130th Birthday, Coco Chanel!

Happy 130th Birthday, Coco Chanel!

  by Channing Hargrove

Here at Glam, we can always appreciate a woman who’s not only an innovator, but all out fabulous. Especially, when that someone has gone on to build one of the most celebrated and luxurious brands in fashion: Chanel. Gabrielle Bonheur [...]

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