Chanel Spring 2014 PFW
When art and fashion collide, you know you’re in for quite a treat. Fashion is a form of art itself, and it was fully celebrated at the Chanel Spring 2014 show. Held inside the Grand Palais in Paris, Chanel-inspired artwork adorned the walls and floor of the show space. Designer Karl Lagerfeld did this all on purpose, you know. It’s a visual representation of the often art-fashion divide that’s been seen in both worlds. Feel how you may, but there’s no denying this is a spectacular set filled with the colors of springtime. Quite a memorable one.
Cara Delevingne led the pack, Lindsey Wixson second, in gorgeous baby blue and pink skirt combos. And yes, that’s Miranda Kerr in a jet black wig!
Everyone knows suits are Lagerfld’s specialty, and the skirt and pant variations are absolutely fabulous here. Never leaving about the timeless Chanel tweed, a bright fuchsia look in particular is a true knockout. A lot of short dresses echo 60s mod themes, while several blazer dress pairs hint at 80s silhouettes. Peek-a-boo skin is shown on cropped tops, along with shoulder-baring tweed tops. Short looks transition cooly into long long, with a couple beach-ready ensembles in between. Nevermind the upcoming winter, those have us already waiting for the warm ocean breeze. Ending looks are spectacular in fun technicolor square patterns. Plus, springtime floral is always a must.
The bobbed hair is adorable with the black and white patent leather court shoes/socks combo. Art, fashion, this designer can do whatever he desires. Timeless. fdmLOVES CHANEL Spring 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Allison Ripa.
(Ph IMAXTREE | Fashionwirepress)