Bleu de Chanel by Martin Scorsese

Kiwibiwi has exclusively learnt that Bleu de Chanel – the first Chanel fragrance to be released in 4 years – will be available in Hong Kong from Chanel Beaute counters on the 15th August.

The manly fragrance features Frankincense, Ginger, Sandal Wood as base notes; vetiver and citrus as top note. Kiwibiwi has yet to take a sniff of the sample product yet, but it is believed that the fragrance will not be Jacques Polge style extraordinarily groundbreaking.

A Bleu de Chanel film is directed by Martin Scorsese, with a soundtrack by the Rolling Stones. Filmed in New York, French actor Gaspard Ulliel – who played Hannibal Lecter in Hannibal Rising, the prequel to the Silence of the Lamb – plays a man stuck on his first love, Sofi. After a long break, the man bumps into Sofi on the street. He feels unsure if he still loves her, or if he is still living in a fantacised world of their imagined romance. In the end, he overcomes his doubt, and continues on with his life.

I can’t wait to see the film and smell the product!

I heart Lily Allen

Ever since her Smile days, in her full length princessy dresses with wonky sneakers. I’ve loved her styles. Even more so now she’s matured into a true fashion starlette.

Lily being styled for Chanel's AW09 handbag campaign. Pic from

Lily being styled for Chanel's AW09 Coccoon bag campaign.

Feburary issue of Interview. Lily wars a Loewe mask. Oh I love her.

Feburary issue of Interview. Lily wars a Loewe mask. Oh I love her.






Here’s Lily’s interview with the Times. This interview best portraits Lily’s personality and her take at fashion and all. Read it!

Here’s Lily’s reaction to a bag given to her from Gucci:

“Allen heaves the bag out of its packaging, takes one look at its gaudy detailing and, instead of squealing with girlie delight, wrinkles her little button nose and laughs in mock horror. “It’s so heavy,” she says; then adds, “It’s soooo Sarah Harding”, referring to the brash, blonde Girls Aloud member, before delivering her final, damning verdict: “It’s f***ing vile.”