Chanel is among those fashion houses that presented the Haute Couture Spring Summer 2021 collections in a pandemic world where the locations are empty and silence hides the enthusiasm of a distant audience.
A total white scenario against which a legendary name stands out: Chanel presented its Spring Summer 2021 collection in a minimal but spectacular background in which the needs are reduced to the basics, a great name and a perfect background that enhances each color and every detail.
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After illustrating Chanel Fall Winter 2020/21 collection, we will, as always, take a closer look at the looks worn by the celebrities who participated in the fashion show.
Among the guests were also the faces of the Spring Summer 2020 Eyewear campaign:
The Chanel fashion show begins with a couple and alternates single looks with double looks in a sort of march that associates different styles from different eras. The Chanel Fall Winter 2020/21 collection starts with boots that incredibly modify, despite being an accessory, a detail, all Chanel style.
Chanel & Charles Finch Pre-Bafta party – February 1st – 5 Hertford Street, London . Chanel and Charles Finch held their 21st annual Pre-BAFTA dinner at the Georgian townhouse. 5 Hertford Street, a private members club in London’s Mayfair.
An austere and rigorous collection presented in a location inspired by the Abbey of Aubazine. With the Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020 collection, Virginie Viard continues to tell the story of Chanel starting from Coco’s life and in this case retracing her childhood in the Abbey.
Let’s take a look to the outfits of the celebrities who attended the Chanel fashion show for the Spring Summer 2020 Haute Couture collection. Pharrell Williams, ambassador of the maison, enlighted his look with a pink jacket from the 31 Rue Cambon Métier D’art 2019/2020 collection.
The Grand Palais, the symbol of Chanel’s success was once again the protagonist of an extraordinary event that saw him turn into the most coveted apartment ever. 31 Rue Cambon, Paris: the house where it all began, where Coco Chanel cultivated her genius and creativity.
The latest Chanel’s collections have been shown almost entirely by the celebrities who took part in the “Ready-to-Wear show”, the most recent fashion show organized by the brand for the Spring Summer 2020 season
Today, the ethereal allure is dancing. Accessorised with sandals that come with jewelled or strass-embellished straps or are flat and two-tone, and occasionally little hats, the silhouette is fluid and light.
Karl Lagerfeld and Virginie Viard imagine a metamorphosis and transform the Grand Palais in Paris into a peaceful mountain village for the Chanel Fall Winter 2019-20 Ready-to-Wear Show.
The first, on the catwalk, is Cara Delevingne wearing a coat and a wool tailleur, perfect for a beautiful winter’s day.
Karl Lagerfeld’s muses were all in the front row, not only to admire the last show he created for Chanel but, above all, to pay tribute to his genius through a silent farewell. From Naomi Campbell to Monica Bellucci, Claudia Schiffer, Alma Jodorowsky, Janelle Monae, Lara Stone, Karen Elson, Marion Cotillard, Victoria Song.
Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Grand Palais in Paris into a vast Mediterranean garden for the Chanel’s Spring Summer 2019 Haute Couture fashion show.
A pool of water, surrounded by trees and greenery evoking Villa ‘La Pausa’, the historic house that Gabrielle Chanel built in the 1930s, on the French Riviera, creates a poetic and harmonious atmosphere.
An icy Paris has welcomed the countless international celebrities who, in the summer atmosphere recreated by Karl Lagerfeld at the Grand Palais, have admired the spectacular Chanel Spring Summer 2019 Haute Couture fashion show.
Chanel: six letters, two syllables emblazoned on looks. Split in two, Chanel sets the rhythm for the Spring Summer 2019 collection.
This Tuesday October 2nd 2018, Chanel transformed the Grand Palais into a dream beach. An idyllic setting complete with sand, azure sky and sea. The colours are luminous: sunshine yellow, golden sand, tan beige, pink, blue, iced mint and mother-of-pearl white with navy blue and black. A parasol print on chiffon, multi-coloured plumetis sprinkled over tweed, and embroideries of sand and seashells: the atmosphere is joyful.
This is the Grand Palais, which took us to a foggy autumn forest during Chanel’s Fall Winter 2018/19 fashion show. An expanse of red leaves, with tall thin trees and a dim light, just like on an October morning.
Models, influencers and characters from the star system, sitting on tree trunks in a forest with an autumn atmosphere. All this at the Grand Palais, where also for this season Monsieur Karl managed to amaze everyone and immediately transport us to Chanel next winter.
In the splendid Grand Palais, transformed for the occasion into a dream garden, the most awaited guests arrived in Paris to watch the Chanel Spring Summer 2018 fashion show wearing the French maison’s looks.
The Grand Palais becomes an interior garden decorated to perfection with a central fountain, the perfect frame for models walking in Chanel suits and dresses with flower crowns and tulle veils on the head.
The ambassadors G-dragon wore a printed silk shirt and a black wool jacket from the Fall Winter 2017/18, Marine Vacth wore a grey tweed jacket from the Paris Cosmopolite 16/17, Caroline de Maigret wore a black leather jacket from the last cruise collection from the same collection Anna Mouglalis