BLOGGERS Obsession ‘with street style reached its peak here in Paris, and could have been in the mind of Karl Lagerfeld when erected fences of a typical Parisian street “boulevard Chanel”, inside the Grand Palais this morning. Show attendees had to look twice to realize it was fences not brick street real and mortar (no expense spared here) even had actual puddles on the sidewalk, as even a street Chanel is not immune to occasional rain. Models trooped singly or in twos and threes chatting as if to take a casual stroll on Saturday. His clothes felt like themselves, which might have something to do with the familiarity of them. It felt like a heritage collection, exactly the kind of clothes that Chanel wealthy clients come to this house.
There were countless interpretations of tweed suits each as fabulous as the following if they were provided in the flared pants or micro minis; showy flowers over silk painting, kicky pleated skirts box, sometimes layered over tight black pants; cocktail dresses and tin compounds tablets plastic rectangular mosaic, arranged like bricks, which echoed back to the architecture of the environment in the series. One aspect Gisele was also thrown in for good measure, the use of one of the dresses cardigans striped Chanel signature.
There were some new pieces spotted here too, as last bag batting Summer Art – itself a star street sense, captured by Tommy Ton in all fashion capitals. What is a street without a protest? By its end, Lagerfeld organized a full demonstration demonstration with signs reading “Tweed is better than Twitter”, “Be your own stylist”, “Make fashion not war”, “free freedom” and “Ladies first” with Cara and quilted Chanel Gisele into megaphones shouting, “What do we want! When do we want?”