This year Karl Lagerfeld took his audience to a tropical beach the collection was called “Sur la plage”, complete with fake waves. The show was super relatable to daily wear and was based around the idea of interchangeable and easy fashion.
The show had oversize ’80s tweed jackets, suits, cropped cashmere sweaters, and quilted chain bags. Lagerfeld delivered the tweeds in amped-up volumes, most of the jackets boxy and cut away from the body over matching or mismatched skirts, split skirts and biker shorts.
The very flirt and feminine little A-line dresses in Chanel-chain straps, shifts, baby dolls, floaty slips gave this show a more fresh and youthful feel. While mostly the show was dominated by pastels, the designer gave some options for those customers that like more classic colors like sandy beiges, blacks and whites.
I loved the number of different accessories in this show one piece that probably drew the most eyes was one-for-the-price-of-two bag, its chain harness X-marking the torso and had a quilted pouch on each hip.
I loved that the tweed jackets this year had a bit of skin showing it was super feminine and also allowed the eye to catch the beautiful accessories to which there were plenty.
My favorite pieces perhaps unsurprising to my loyal followers were the beautiful oversized blazers, as you know blazers are a huge staple in my wardrobe and these beautifully crafted works of art would make a perfect addition to any fashionista’s closet.
This was a fun show with lots of details and simple yet elegant styles as per the Chanel motto. It seemed to me that most pieces would be super easy to pair with one another both accessories, and blazers alike.