Travis Scott Gifted Daughter Stormi a Stuffed Animal Chair Worth $25,000

The chair was part of a limited edition series, a collaboration between artist Kaws and brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana It’s nothing but the best for Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s 11-month-old daughter, Stormi. Scott recently presented her a gift of a chair made of stuffed animals that retails for upwards of $25,000—and Stormi loves it. “Daddy dropped off a new chair for Stormi,” Jenner captioned a sweet video of the baby girl excitedly enjoying the plush furniture. “And omg this girl threw the bag over her shoulder I can’t.” In the clip, someone off-camera hands Stormi a Louis Vuitton bag, which she then dangles on her right wrist as she waves with her left hand. The chair, which is composed of what looks to be a pile of black plush dolls heaped onto a moon chair, is part of a limited-edition-series collaboration between São Paolo–based designer brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana and internationally acclaimed American artist Kaws. “For each design, the Sao Paulo–based duo combines sets of soft toys—from generic animals to icons like Mickey Mouse—into giant cushions to be sat on,” design and architecture magazine dezeen explains. “The Campanas are renowned for...

‘Louis Vuitton X’ exhibition: 9 things to know before you check it out

Luxury brand Louis Vuitton debuted its highly publicized “Louis Vuitton X” exhibition this week with a daytime media preview as well as a star-studded cocktail party attended by Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Orlando Bloom, Hailee Steinfeld, Jaden Smith, Millie Bobby Brown and Miranda Kerr. Those without early access couldn’t miss the elaborate white and sunset-colored exterior that took over 468 N. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, a property purchased by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton for $245 million last September, according to real-estate data provider CoStar. Now open to the public, this temporary retrospective explores the Parisian brand’s 160-year history of partnerships and takes visitors on “an immersive journey through the house’s creative exchanges and artistic collaborations,” according to press materials. 1. Los Angeles is the exhibition’s first stop. “Paris hasn’t seen this. New York hasn’t seen this. Shanghai, Tokyo,” Louis Vuitton Chief Executive and Chairman Michael Burke said during an interview Thursday night at a cocktail party in the Beverly Hills space. “This is the first city where we did it, and then it will go on a worldwide tour. But it starts here ...

New Coke Was a Debacle. It’s Coming Back. Blame ‘Stranger Things.’

New Coke, the soft drink that drew a nationwide backlash in 1985, is back. And the credit, or blame, for the return of Coca-Cola’s greatest folly goes to Netflix. A limited supply of the vintage beverage will be available starting on Thursday as part of a robust promotional campaign related to the coming season of “Stranger Things,” the supernatural thriller set in the 1980s. New Coke will also appear in several episodes of the show. Representatives of both companies said no money changed hands in that product-placement deal. The return of the failed drink comes as Netflix ramps up its corporate partnerships and merchandising deals in an effort to recruit even more people to the streaming service, which has 149 million paid subscribers worldwide. Netflix said it had reached agreements with roughly 75 brands to spread the word about one of its biggest hits. Because of the new push, which rivals the campaigns for summertime blockbusters, “Stranger Things” may be hard to avoid in the coming weeks. H&M and other retailers will sell clothes that replicate what the show’s characters wear. Baskin-Robbins will serve new flavors referencing the program’s Scoops Ahoy ice cream parlor....