The cult television show Mad Men is gearing up for the release of part two of its final season and so we're starting to see images trickling out across the Web of its cast in full on late 60's/early 70's garb.
It's not every day a sitting American president interrupts a live music award ceremony to deliver a public service announcement about rape and other violence against women. Yet, that's precisely what happened at the 57th Grammy Awards ceremony last Sunday, February 8.
During the 2015 Golden Globe opening ceremony, Tina Fey quipped that “Patricia Arquette's supporting role in Boyhood proved that there are still great roles for women over 40, as long as you get hired when you’re under 40”.
Full disclosure: I love designer Rick Owens. I've worn his wonderfully versatile pieces since the mid 2000's and continue to do so to this day. In fact, the pieces I purchased in 2006 remain as relevant today as the day I bought them. But that's not the only reason I love him.
No doubt one of the oddest bits of news to emerge from the most recent edition of SIHH in Geneva last week was the announcement by Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer (LVMH) that it had retained the services of model Cara Delevingne to front its most recent ad campaign.
The Luxe Chronicles is a collection of interviews, profiles and musings on various aspects of the luxury industry and occasionally, a rant on our celebrity obsessed culture and the dumbing down of our collective sense of style and esthetic.