Chanel is definitely one of the maison that focuses a lot on the experience during the shows and that has created unforgettable locations and engaging concepts. It did not disappoint even this year: during the Paris Fashion Week the fashion show for the presentation of the Spring Summer 2022 collection.
A great quote and inspiration gave life to the new Autumn Winter 2021/22 collection by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood entitled “Mayfair Lady”.
This time we talk about Chanel and the video show with which the maison took part in the Paris Fashion Week. The event was announced with a teaser by the duo Inez & Vinoodh who also took care of the creation of evocative photographs.
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.
Have you already read our news about Chanel’s Spring Summer 2021 collection? If you haven’t done so, hurry up, if you are super updated on the collection, this new article is for you.
The Spring Summer 2021 “The Female Gaze” DROMe Collection expands the concept developed by the previous Fall Winter Collection, a reflection on women’s sensuality and its nature.
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.
The Japanese designer presented 4 models inspired by the 70s Pirelli jackets at Paris Fashion Week. Milan, January 28, 2020 – The new COMME des GARÇONS JUNYA WATANABE MAN showcase took place on Friday 17 January in the official calendar of the Paris Fashion Week.
A suggestive Parisian atmosphere has been the background to the new extraordinary Chanel’s collection for the Spring Summer 2020 season: the “Ready-to-Wear show” has paraded through the chimney pots and the windows of the peculiar Parisian sloping roofs, perfectly recreated inside the Grand Palais in Paris.
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.
The fall winter 2019/20 collection takes form from different powerful inspirations. The evocative work of the Rumanian sculptor Constantine Brancusi and his non-literal representation, his drive to depict “not the outer form but the idea, the essence of things”, the disclosing of a fundamental, often concealed, reality.
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.
Today I want to talk to you about an event that has seen two brands as protagonists, one for the bags and accessories sector and the other for clothing. Ema-Bia and Jenny Monteiro showed their creations to a public of journalists, bloggers, influencers and buyers attending the Harmonica event, a mix between presentation and fashion show.
Today is all about Forcerepublik, which presented the new men’s collection and the women’s Fall Winter 2019 pre-collection. For men, Cubist inspiration influences the lines and tailored shapes enriched with oversized volumes.
Cédric Charlier, opens the afternoon presenting its Spring Summer 2019 collection with the same playful, dynamic and free spirit.
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.
Paris Fashion Week, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood but, first of all, to fully understand the creations signed Vivienne Westwood we should take a step back, going back to the origins..
If the catwalk is covered with a carpet of autumn leaves, the backstage of Chanel is full of colors. Maxi scarves and long gloves dye pink, blue, yellow and orange the look of the upcoming autumn winter signed Chanel. Not only tweed and 2.55 have conquered the whole fashion system, but also new hit bags, accessories, hair and make-up.
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.
A line that seems coming directly from the future, cutting-edge fashion, minimal and deconstructed items, all this labelled DROMe, characterizing Spring Summer 2018 collection.