Fashion Friday: Hair Tattoos, Chanel Cotton and Other Style Scoop

Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.

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Designer Cotton Pads. The new ones from Chanel, called LE COTON, are made from handpicked Egyptian cotton and cost $20 each. Elsewhere, Nestlé Crunch chocolates are getting a designer makeover courtesy of Paul Frank, who is creating special wrappers for the holidays. [Chanel/WWD]

Hair Tattoos are a Thing. For those who can’t commit to permanent ink, hairdressers are now creating patterns in people’s manes. [refinery29]

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H&M’s “Virtual” Model Bodies. The retailer fessed up to putting real faces on computer-generated bodies in their ads. So yes, there’s an actual reason why, as hard as we regular folks try, we just can’t seem to get that model figure. [NewsFeed]

Recording-Breaking Handbag. The honor goes to Hermes, who recently raked in $203,150 during an auction for a red, crocodile-skin version of its iconic Hermes bag, which was made with 18-karat white gold and diamonds. [WWD]

Stolen Vuitton. After the majority of Marc Jacobs’ spring collection was reportedly stolen, Louis Vuitton has also been added to the list of victims from fashion theft. The fashion house lost nearly $400,000 in bags and suitcases after its employees were held hostage at an airport in Paris. [Blackbook]

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