Hello everyone, on August 31th, Still not present on the shooting of her next film, Lily-Rose is happy with one of her best friends in the chic neighborhoods of Paris where she was seen leaving the perfumery Annick Goutal in a 100% Golden Age outfit and its pretty Chanel shoes.. + HQ photos are available in the gallery.
+ Lily-Rose is on the cover of #BOF magazine (Business of Fashion) which each year establishes a panel of new celebrities to follow at all costs. The cover photo was taken at the Venice festival in 2016 photographed by Greg Williams! Find out below why according to the magazine Lily-Rose was chosen.
18-year-old Lily-Rose Depp, who, as the child of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp, was probably always destined to become a face of Chanel. As Bruno Pavlovsky, the brand’s president of fashion reveals to Lauren Sherman, Chanel has been talking to Lily-Rose since she was 10 or 11 years old. The relationship between the brand and its ambassadors — from Pharrell and Kristen Stewart to Katy Perry and Cara Delevingne — runs deep, yet in terms of actual impact on the social media conversation about Chanel, their impact is very small compared to the organic conversation fuelled by thousands of fans with far fewer followers. That is the cult of Coco.
Hello everyone, Lily-Rose is on the cover of the magazine CR issue 11 which will be on sale on September 7 in the kiosks. For the occasion, Lily-Rose gives us a new photoshoot by Steven Klein and that to say apart that it’s sexy but pretty ! This is not my favorite of the year, but Lily-Rose remains sublime. + HQ photos are available in the gallery.
For CR Fashion Book Issue 11, Carine takes a trip back in time to when she remembers fashion being at its most exciting and free: It was the year, 1999. “1999 is about a spirit of independence, and there are very few independent thinkers left today. I think right now a lot of people are looking back to this period of time. Not only to find references or get ideas, but to see who they were—how good they were—and hopefully see who they can be again.”
Today, we introduce the Issues’ cover stars that help us to either recall or conjure a modern day version of the ’99 era. First up is Lily-Rose Depp by Steven Klein—the now-famous offspring of ‘90s It couple Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis—featuring an interview with Natalie Portman, her costar in the upcoming film Planetarium. “Carine actually styled the first shoot that I did for Chanel when I was 15,” Depp told Portman. “This time I got to show off a little more skin and be a little more sexy. I had just turned 18, so I was ready to up the ante.” We recall the star saying on set that she felt more like herself than ever during this shoot, having drawn inspiration from her model mother who Klein had also photographed. « He had shot these amazing photographs of my mom when she was my age. We shot in front of a mirror with the pictures taped to it. We have a similar grungy look. »