Style Scraps: Valentino Parties Too Hard + Chanel Uses Underage Models

Max Kessler
Behold, the first Raf Simons-approved Dior ready-to-wear campaign, shot by Willy Vanderperre. It features lots of wall sconces and still-life fodder. [via Fashionista]

Meanwhile, here are Chanel's new ads, featuring two very young models, Ondria Hardin and Yumi Lambert (15 and 16, respectively). [via Design Scene]

Lena Dunham is on a fahsion mag roll: here she is in a Terry Richardson shoot for V, not wearing any pants. [via Fashionista]

Things we wish we were there for: the opening of Lenny Guerrier's new multilevel concept store Coïncidence in Paris. Sigh. [via HypeBeast]

Speaking of Lena Dunham, the Times has a great article on Dunham's style (lady-like and beyond her years), the wardrobe on Girls (realistic instead of aspirational), and about wearing outfits that you look back on and really regret.

Gap Inc. bought out Intermix, and will be helping them expand internationally and offer a greater range of designer duds. [via WWD]

Watch Romeo Beckham jump around and be super cute in the new video for Burberry. [via Fashionista]

Valentino (who is now 80, by the way) apparently got in trouble with the police for blasting Madonna too loud during a party at his Swiss chalet. Why weren't we invited??? [via Fashionista]

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