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Industry Insiders: November’s Latest Fashion & Beauty Bulletin. Check Out the New Luxury Launches Here!

November News

Get your hands on your monthly dose of fashion, entertainment, beauty & luxury. November brings the winter season with it. If you’re also excited, read on!


New Collaboration Revealed By Dior

French luxury house Dior has something new coming up. Christian Dior has announced a unique collaboration for a charity project. South African Designer Thebe Magugu has partnered with the luxury house of the LVMH group. This world’s largest luxury group is headed by Bernard Arnault. The partnership has been done to create a capsule collection inspired by its famous “New Look”. As part of this collaboration, it has made a donation, without revealing the amount, to ambassador of Dior Charlize Theron. Maria Grazia Chiuri Dior’s creative director of women’s collections, asked Magugu to design “a reinterpretation of the iconic New Look, through his contemporary feminist vision,” said the brand in a statement. For the occasion, Dior has established a dialogue between their two studios and creative workshops, from Paris to Johannesburg. This limited edition collection will be available from October 27 in Dior’s most prestigious boutiques.


The Holiday season is officially here! U.S Jweller Tiffany & Co. brings forth the ultimate Holiday 2022 Campaign by starring brand ambassador Hailey Bieber. The American model brings in all charms for the shoot, dressed in all-black ensembles, paired with jewels from the collection. The brand has tapped the modelling talents of Hailey Bieber and is bringing new novelty by teaming up with her. Each design celebrates modernity and strength, even in simplicity – two aspects already embodied by Bieber. Through the campaign, Tiffany & Co. celebrates energetic legacy of the famed artist and his longstanding connection with the luxury house.


French fashion label Christian Dior kicked off the holiday shopping season in London by, unveiling a Christmas spectacle at Harrods — with tennis star Emma Raducanu presiding over the event. Magic is in abundance in the forty-four Christmas windows at Harrods. The LVMH-owned brand outlined the London department store with lights, emblazoning the entrance with an enormous star and filling the windows with sugar sculptures and merchandise. Inside the store, the French fashion house set up an exhibit of gingerbread-style renditions of buildings from the life of its namesake founder, filling them with intricate displays, open for public viewing through a free online booking system.


The iconic crossover of Dolce & Gabbana meets Martini® red. This creativity of Dolce & Gabbana and the artistry of Martini® have come together in the newly renovated in the heart of Milan. This restyled Dolce and Gabbana Martini is a new dimension of glamour. We see the signature Martini® logo perfectly blending with the iconic Dolce Gabbana style to create a truly unique location. During Milan Fashion Week, this newly renovated glam has opened its doors for an exclusive dinner to Kim Kardashian, curator of the Dolce Gabbana Women’s Spring-Summer 2023 Fashion Show. Every corner of this restyled DG Martini® Restaurant radiates the iconic Dolce Gabbana.


OMEGA adds another unique timepiece to its Speedmaster line i.e., the X-33 Marstimer. No astronaut has set his foot on Mars, but this doesn’t stop Omega! This Marstimer can track time on the red planet as well on Earth. According to Omega, the
new functionality in this watch was developed under an ESA patented license. They include an MTC function (Mars Time Coordinated) to track the Mars date and time at the prime meridian and thus allowing for the 39-minute difference in day length. It also features a solar compass which allows the user to find true north on both Earth and Mars. These are in addition to the functions which already exist in the Skywalker. The ESA involvement in this creation makes it a tremendous cool release.


French fashion house Chanel is once more bringing chic to the slopes with its current Coco Neige collection and accompanying campaign. The collection aims to meld traditional Chanel house codes with a palpable sportiness, coming together to provide the ultimate winter clothing selection. The blending of the two realities; hyper and real, takes place seamlessly with the help of the maison’s blazons. Chanel’s Coco Neige collection consists of ready-to-wear and accessories that revolve around winter sports. The upbeat vignette promotes the latest season’s collection, providing animation by French production company opens with a screen filled with Chanel emblems. Creative director Virginie Viard crafted the pieces to be the fashionable staples for not only skiing, but also for socializing. Whether tapping an athlete or delving further into the digital world, luxury brands are ostensibly after the same thing: seizing the attention of the next generation.

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