Chic in Review » From Kristen Stewart to Grace Coddington, the Old Stars Are Back
Kristen Stewart in "Metiers d'Art" by Karl Lagerfeld. Photo courtesy Chanel.

From Kristen Stewart to Grace Coddington, the Old Stars Are Back

It's a throwback day in fashion news, with headlines from Grace Coddington, Naomi Campbell, and Macaulay Culkin.

Campbell, Naomi
A supermodel so prolific that her retrospective could only be contained in two massive volumes; the original party girl celebrated in grand style with a disco-themed party co-hosted by Marc Jacobs surrounded by friends like Bella Hadid and Uma Thurman.

Coddington, Grace
Former creative director of Vogue and current creative director-at-large; teaming up with the perfume arm of Comme Des Garçons to make a cat-inspired perfume. Except, it smells like roses.

Culkin, Macaulay
Yesterday, fronting a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band; today, remaking Aladdin with cult filmmaker Adam Green.

Huntington-Whiteley, Rosie
The new face of Ugg. It’s not quite Chanel, but at least it’s something?

Picasso, Pablo
Godfather of cubism whose legacy includes a whole lot of questions about who inherits his art — he didn’t leave a will, but he did leave a whole lot of heirs. And now they’re duking it out, sometimes in very public ways.

Stewart, Kristen
Longtime Lagerfeld muse who appeared in a short film directed by the Chanel creative director — as Coco Chanel. Now, she’s back with yet another Chanel campaign and it’s all old Hollywood glamour.

Weems, Carrie Mae
American artist who photographed herself at her kitchen table — her iconic “Kitchen Table Series” — every day between 1989 and 1990. The collection’s standalone treatment is out later this month, and Weems says the images are more relevant now than ever.

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