Last year’s Coca Cola Light bottle redesign by Karl Lagerfeld (the ad, featuring Coco Rocha, right) was so well-received that the uber-designer and the soft drink giant have plans to extend the collaboration into 2011. Lagerfeld is slated to design three more limited-edition bottles in 2011, and I’m sure I’m not the only one excited to see what Lagerfeld whips up. But, fellow Americans, we’ll have to look on from afar: Lagerfeld’s Coke bottles will be available exclusively in Europe. [Styleite]
Designing for "the man on the arm of the Jimmy Choo woman," the luxury line debuts a men’s shoe collection. Jimmy Choo for Men features footwear in crocodile, suede, and "exotic stamped leathers." If you think (as I do) that some of the styles could work on a woman, keep your eyes out for a Jimmy Choo man with very small feet. [Vogue.co.uk]
A good reason to look forward to your next subway trip: this NYC street style slideshow goes underground, snapping candids of well-dressed (and very attractive) subway commuters. [Refinery29]
At Sunday’s Golden Globes, Christina Hendricks almost lost a borrowed $850,000 diamond bracelet. After tracking it down, the Mad Men actress stashed it in her renowned cleavage for safe keeping. The jeweler confirmed that the diamonds were returned in "perfect condition." Joan Holloway would be proud. [The Cut]
Hurray for the S/S ’11 ad campaigns! Louis Vuitton‘s ads, featuring models Freja Beha Erichsen, Kristen McMenamy and Raquel Zimmermann, shot by Steven Meisel, are a delicious treat.