Karl Lagerfeld sent out his latest Haute Couture collection for Chanel in Paris’ Grand Palais on Tuesday (January 23). He consecrated a grave garden of terraces and lawns around an commanding fountain in a Grand Palais for a Paris show.
Lagerfeld’s latest collection was done of uninformed and pastel tones, some Chanel classics and a special bride’s dress.
He is pronounced he wanted “French anticipation and French lightness” after a monochromatic collection for Chanel’s Metiers d’Art line, he presented six weeks ago in Hamburg.
Aside from genuine roses blossoming on trellises, a guest were treated to festooned flowers and a saturated 50s-inspired dress embellished with watercolours and cinched during a waist with a clear magenta belt.
The looks were layered: a dusky pinkish silk minidress surfaced with a perfect pinkish overlay, embellished with feathers and a immature festooned dress with a perfect outdoor covering acrobatics from a waist.
Fashion week for Haute Couture – a disdainful bar of designers formulating luxury, handmade outfits for clients – continued all week.