After showings in New York, Tokyo and Taipei, London is next in line to host The Little Black Jacket, an exhibition from Chanel that pays homage to a garment that has earned the status of icon. The exhibition features black and white photographs of celebrities and fashion sorts sporting the LBJ - Sarah Jessica Parker, Kirsten Dunst, Ines de la Fressange, Poppy Delevingne, Uma Thurman, Yoko Ono, Edie Campbell, Lizzie Jagger, Vanessa Paradis, Daphne Guinness, Elle Fanning and oodles more. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld and styled by Carine Roitfeld, the show accompanies a book - The Little Black Jacket: Chanel's Classic Revisited - and is the result of an idea that was sparked when the ex-Paris Vogue editor asked Lagerfeld to make her a black jacket. "The Chanel jacket is a man's jacket which has become a typically feminine piece. It has crossed that boundary. I love that," says Karl Lagerfeld. "It has become the symbol for a certain feminine elegance. Nonchalant and timeless, which means for all time." The exhibition opens in October with venue details yet to be announced. Visit thelittleblackjacket.chanel.com for further information.