If you’re on the East Coast, you’re probably not heading into the woods this long weekend due to the rainy forecast, but for the rest of you (jerks), Oreo encourages you to get your camp on–and to take these essentials.
Kate Spade is known for its vivid colors and pretty preppy prints, and to share a fun collaboration with Bloomingdale’s frozen yogurt shop Forty Carrots, the brand made sure its signature was front and center–evident even in the special flavor, “Pop Fizz Clink” pink champagne.
In Instagram world, Thursdays are all about throwback, and V Mag won the week by sharing this 2009 Jean-Paul Goude photo of Grace Jones being Grace Jones-y with gold eyebrows and a dazzling bowler.
To document its iHeart Radio Rising Star competition, Macy’s hit the road with winners Megan and Liz and let fans tag along to their many destinations, including here in Miami, using the hashtag #MacysRoadTrip.
ELLE UK went to the Saatchi Gallery in London for the new Hermès event, Festival des Métiers, in which artisans from the French fashion house demonstrate how those iconic scarves, bags and clothes are constructed. Above, we see how a Birkin is born.
Chopard had a mixed first week at Cannes. While it draped seven and eight-figure jewels on some of the most beautiful women in the world, the French jeweler also fell victim to a true-to-life “Bling Ring” heist where more than $1 million dollars’ worth of its pieces were stolen. In this photo, happier times, with a vintage Cannes watch featuring the festival’s signature Palme d’Or logo, resurrected for this year’s red carpet.
Anime and RTW aren’t an obvious pair, but Louis Vuitton proved it can be done at the premiere of the virtual opera “The End,” featuring the blue-haired Hatsune Miku in Marc Jacobs’s hugely popular checkerboard print from Vuitton’s Spring 2013 collection.