CHANEL Transforms Runway Into Tropical Greenhouse To Debut S/S 2015 Haute Couture Collection
Didn’t make front row at the Chanel runway show? Watch the video here… Karl Lagerfeld has an unrivalled knack for creating a runway show that inevitably becomes the most talked about event of the season; the latest Chanel S/S Haute Couture runway show is no exception, as Mr Lagerfeld transformed the event space into a lush tropical greenhouse, where blooms opened and grew right before the very eyes of the audience.
The French fashion house saw bold block coloured dresses, tulle flourishes in pastel shades, and boisterous head accessories down the runway. And in true Lagerfeld style, he has once again managed to turn the humble into haute as he shone the spotlight on beanies, which were ethereally delicate in appearance, spun from cashmere and possibly fairy’s wings, then scattered with jewels and appliqued chiffon flowers. No word as yet on how much they will sell for. Whatever – they’ll still be a cult, and much copied.
Spotted in the front row were Chanel ambassador’s Vanessa Paradis, Kristen Stewart and Alice Dellal, who have also been handpicked by Karl Lagerfeld to feature in upcoming ad campaigns with the latest handbags. Stay tuned for more beautiful images later in the year.
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