Style Scoop: Chanel Brings Salzburg to New York & Announces E-Commerce Initiative, Theresa Caputo Designs Jeweled Moments


Karl Lagerfeld brought the Chanel Métiers d’Art show over to New York to share it with a slew of celebs and fashion notables. The Chanel designer brought Salzburg to Beyoncé, Pharrell, Julianne Moore, Dakota Johnson, Lily Collins and more at the Park Avenue Armory. Lagerfeld admitted to being more concerned with upcoming Chanel extravaganzas (cruise in Seoul in May and even the next Metiers in Rome), but gave us New Yorkers a chance to take in the European magnificence, too. [Women’s Wear Daily]

In other Chanel news, the French fashion house is going digital with e-commerce, to launch in 2016. Bruno Pavlovsky, Chanel’s president of fashion, said of the launch, “It’s a multichannel approach. It’s not so much a shift. It’s an evolution to better serve our customers. Some of the customers are able to come into the boutique. Sometimes they don’t want to because they want to go faster and they know exactly what they want, so it should be able to better respond to customers’ requests.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

Theresa Caputo is known for her big personality and loud style—oh, and that whole “talking to dead people” thing—but she’s adding another venture to her repertoire: jewelry designer. Caputo created a jewelry line called Jeweled Moments that is meant to honor both the living and the departed. The affordable line offers the opportunity for people to create their own personalized charm, whether it’s the handwriting of someone who died or a picture of a beloved pet. The Long Island Medium also designed engraveable heart necklaces to keep the memories of loved ones close. The line is on sale now at [Glam Inbox]

Dylan Lauren teamed up with Havaianas to create a super sweet pair of sandals. The candy-colored limited-edition flip-flops will be available at Dylan’s Candy Bar, Bloomingdale’s, Lester’s, Havaianas and on Friday and will retail for $30. [Women’s Wear Daily]

The Fashion 2.0 Awards honored innovators in fashion brand marketing and digital strategy on Tuesday evening. Rebecca Minkoff earned top honors in the Best Interactive Retail and Top Innovator categories. Other winners included Tory Burch for her line of accessories for Fitbit and Marc Jacobs for his “Cast Me Marc” campaign. [Fashionista]