The town of Saint-Tropez has been a Riviera destination for Karl Lagerfeld for several years now. "More than I care to say," he told style.com Monday night after a screening of his latest short film, Remember Now. Starring Elisa Sednaoui, Leigh Lezark, Heidi Mount, and Pascal Greggory, the flick glorifies the 24-hour revelry in this coastal playground for the rich and grandiose—revelry that the house of Chanel is temporarily orchestrating.
People weren't messing around: "I want that trophy," Diane Kruger cooed to boyfriend Joshua Jackson, who promptly got on the case, pep-talking his team and organizing the duels. Poor Vanessa Paradis didn't stand a chance. "C'est impossible," she cried out to the photographers, who would launch an explosion of flashes every time she tried to hurl down her bocces. In the championship games, which took place after a buffet dinner at Le Café on the Place des Lices, Lagerfeld himself presided over the proceedings, which turned out to be a three-way showdown between the Italians, the French, and the Americans. As it happened, Lagerfeld's current man-muse, Baptiste Giabiconi, was rather good at the bocce. His final shot tipped the French to win the big title, a feat that apparently impressed his boss.
When a friend of my went to Saint-Tropez she saw Lagerfeld walking there like if it was hes island. Well, Lagerfeld we know better. I'm kinda curious of hes new short film, Remember Now! Because i'd really love his latests short film.
vintage, stuff, old, refreshing.
used stuff from way back that was cool and is cool again.
sometimes people think that vintage is new stuff from the past .. though actually it is old stuff from the past that is now new again.
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