10 March 2015
Grand Palais in Paris
white, beige, wheat, goldenrod, misty rose, deep pink, red, firebrick, lavender, fuchsia, cornflower blue, royal blue, indigo, rosy brown, saddle brown, dim grey, black, gold
checks, tartan, floral, graphics
chiffon, lacebouclé, wool, mohair, fine knit, heavy knit, suede, feathers, lacquer, denim, velvet, quilted high-tech fabric
variations of a Chanel jacket, sheer little black dress, fine knit dress
hairbands, necklaces, brooches, cuffs, scarfs, bow ties, belts, charm belts, clutches, box clutches, shoulder bags, tote backs, bagpacks, slingback pumps, umbrellas
No matter what happens, Karl Lagerfeld properly maintains his creative integrity, even though trying his utmost to update the classics each and every season. Chanel FW15 was a birthplace of new concepts, themes and tweed variations.
In climb toward the big time, “Kaiser” continued to forge mind-blowing ideas and rediscovering the wonders of bouclé sheath and beaded embroidery, bulking up the silhouette with origami-quilting, blanket checks, along with bubble wrappings and contrasting panelling, not to mention crafting the plentiful selection of effortlessly flattering maxi skirts. Apparently, volume puffer coats and textured kimono jackets displaced last-season’s white cropped chest-pocket boleros.
“Brasserie Gabrielle” collection engaged in a continual attempt to proclaim French profundity, while proving Chanel’s progress and its ongoing futuristic evolution.
Oh Karl, we love your invitations! Take a seat and enjoy a cup of coffee while watching the runway show that took place on the 10th of March in the Grand Palais and see Karl’s latest tweed vision unleash.