I keep repeating now, Chanel wants to go to a new direction, a Modern direction, a young wave of girls and sophisticated modern Womens.
There were so many reasons why the Chanel Cruise collection that Karl Lagerfeld showed in Seoul tonight made perfect sense. From a design point of view, Korean traditions offered him a trove of inspiration much newer than the familiar tropes of China and Japan. From a cultural point of view, the K-Pop phenomenon had all the color and sugar-rush kick that Lagerfeld could possibly crave. And then there was the inescapable business perspective: Judging by the strikingly stylish audience, the local clientele might be just about the best advertisement Chanel could possibly want.
The Best Looks for me are:
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KTZ made its first-ever New York fashion week appearance, Leather and ethnographic takes us on journeys through foreign lands. Pejoski’s buckle-detailed faux-leather dresses had a strong whiff of the dungeon about them, for instance,
Native American scenario set up all his collection this time and we we love it,
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After those Fashion weeks in January, what remains is the Street style which is amazing, would love to see it in some cities like Zurich and and
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Courtesy: Tommy Ton
Bamboo influence on this collection that Armani put in each piece in a soft and elegant way, conveying a message of delicacy and strength. Still, the proportions, the belts, plissés, and the palette all had distinct images of Japan from the opening outfit: a silk gazar jacket with a bamboo print that looked as hand-painted as any Japanese scroll
check some impressions