We’re two weeks away from Christmas, and who isn’t counting down? And right as the year off appropriation and reappropriation is about to end, in comes Petements to top ’em all off. The “secret animal collective” and its assortment of hoodies, beanies, and scarves for streetwise dogs are rapidly becoming Instagram’s viral canine cult underground label. With their fashion-conscious references — a yellow tee with a red DOG logo reminiscent of a certain fashion cause célèbre DHL logo, to a basic black hoodie with Petements printed on the back in white — they should.
Meanwhile in Germany, Karl Lagerfeld staged his annual Chanel Métiers d’Art show in his birth city, Hamburg. Looking to the culture of Hamburg in the swinging ’60s, Lagerfeld showcased a collection anchored in the seafaring character of the town on the River Elbe: Sailors in tipped caps, girls in thigh-grazing boots, and hip beatniks who lounge around docks and nightclubs. The collection was presented in Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie, one of the city’s newest and most daring buildings. And of course, it was a star-studded affair, with the likes of Lily-Rose Depp, Tilda Swinton, and Kristen Stewart as front-rowers and models Kaia Gerber, Soo Joo, and mini-muse Hudson Kroenig hitting the runway.
From Tracy Ellis Ross’ ass-kicking TV host look to Bella Hadid’s ’50s pin-up outfit, below are all the best ’Grams you shouldn’t miss this week.
(Main image: Chanel; featured image: Petements)
Naomi Campbell is always one to speak out. Joining the anti-slavery march against Libyan slave trade this weekend, the supermodel displayed more than just her political stance.
“#DECEMBER 9th FREE ANTISLAVERY MARCH !!! #LONDON 12 PM. #stoplibyaslavetrade #enditnow ???????????? #REPOST ☮️”
Petements has the hoodie couture to dress your canine best friend in this season.
“#livetomorrow #petements #vetements”
Attending British Fashion Council’s The Fashion Awards, FKA Twigs went all-out Versace Couture.
“twigs <3 versace versace.”
Another one who had a grand night at The Fashion Awards was winner of Model of the Year, Adwoa Aboah, who came dressed in a Kirakira+-worthy Burberry dress and Stephen Jones turban.
“Queen Liberty living the dream. Last night will go down in history as one of the best of my life. Thank you @britishfashioncouncil for awarding me ‘Model Of The Year’ at the British Fashion Awards, Following suit after such talented and strong women means everything. Thank you for not only recognising the hard work I have put into the last 12 months of my career but also everything I have done alongside it. I am forever grateful for the platform that the fashion industry has given me in order to share my message. 3 years ago my life looked a lot different but today I stand proud, confident and ready for all the opportunities that life has to offer me. Thank you, thank you, thank you…to everyone who carried me thus far, I look forward to creating with you in 2018. Thank you to my family and friends who I would be lost without. I am one bloody lucky lady!”
Never one to compromise his commitment to impeccable style, Johannes Huebl dressed as snazzy as he would at Fashion Week for a Christmas tree run.
“It’s getting dark early – best to put shiny shoes on ???? #christmasTreeShopping ????”
Also in the festive mood was the ever-chic Eva Chen. And we spy with our little eye that Uggs are possibly acceptable to bring out back from the forgotten noughties.
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!! First snow of the season in nyc and it’s still gorgeously fresh and white (after a day it turns grey/yellow/brown)”
Elsewhere in sunny Cali, Bella Hadid went for a pin-up look for an open-top sunset drive.
“I’ll pick you up tonight @ sunset”
Ending their year’s world tour in Tokyo, Harry Styles and his bandmates dressed to the festive nines in what else, but Gucci’s red-white best.
“Tokyo, you were the perfect last show of the year.
To everyone who came out to see us, Thank you, we love you. See you next year.”