One of the most anticipated shows during Fashion Week Haute Couture in Paris is undoubtedly Chanel. By tradition, the Parisian house’ spring 2015 show that enchants the fashionistas with their new concepts, always comes up with theatricality and splendor from the world of fashion. This time, Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of the brand, opted for something simpler, based on a futuristic version of the French countryside.
Chanel Spring 2015 Couture: Beautiful blooming flower in vibrant color
Starting with breathtaking gardeners watered the huge white flowers that formed the scenery appeared on the parades, all with a spring touch. Of course, no lack of typical buttoned tweed jackets, classic brand, or the use of white with black as the predominant combination. The perfect complement paraded flowers were large and exotic brimmed hats with different shapes and textures that beautifully match the landscape.
Besides the typical cakes in pink and blue palette Karl leaned solid colors like cobalt blue, orange, yellow, green and red. With 72 looks, Chanel catwalk proposed glamour and elegance as usual, but this time playing with proportions and construction of its most classic designs. The use of transparencies and soft fabrics, mixed with firmer wool, even when it comes to the spring collection of Haute Couture.
The hair was taken to a very natural, with a clean, straight and sometimes with a discreet braid, while the make-up had a touch of mysticism covering the eyes of the models with statement-making accessories such as beanies, net veil or Edwardian hats with free high gloves on fingers, this time the costume consisted of two pieces and spectacle went to the hat. A proud of Karl, with his glasses and his eternal black as usual, went on to acknowledge the applause from the audience.
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