Form doesn’t need to mean anything. Now and then we look too hard for it when it simply isn’t there. Now and again form is simply unadulterated fun and dream, and this is the thing that Karl Lagerfeld served for his shoreline themed spring 2019 accumulationfor Chanel.
The set wizards at Chanel brought a promenade, lifeguards, and an entire genuine sea with waves lapping along a sandy shore inside the Grand Palais. How on earth they pulled this off I can barely envision yet it more likely than not been exceptionally costly. In any case, this is Chanel and this is extravagance!
Models strolled along the shoreline shoeless and after that slipped into clear PVC twofold C logo slides as they strolled up the stairs by the photograph pit, to complete their runway strolls along a promenade. A few models conveyed their shoes along the shoreline, while others were cut to their packs.
There were some surprises, namely that bike shorts and even leggings have officially landed the Chanel seal of approval. After taking over street style and appearing on countless runways this season, the throwback spandex look hit the runways at Chanel, too. They were styled with oversized tweed blazers and matching print sweater sets that elevated the look.
The garments were fun, similarly as a shoreline excursion in the South of France ought to be. There were tweeds obviously, however they were less secured, and more shoreline conceal. Lagerfeld inclined toward a retro logo-craziness, with brilliantly hued cardigans and ’80s prints.
The shoreline topic extended to adornments, with volley ball and terry material packs, and additionally pretentious positively logo gem hoops and belts.