PARIS COUTURE WEEK 2015: CHANEL

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

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According to style.com it took six months to make the floral stage designs for the CHANEL Haute Couture show that was presented today. I’ll give it to Karl, he took us upon a floral destination of the ultimate CHANEL dreamy garden. Creative and luxurious as always, from tulle to florals. This season like no other, the touch of edge of  the flashes of tweeds, fringing and new artificial florals held resemblances of previous collections by the House of CHANEL.

With history echoing and repeating its self and silhouette after silhouette Karl magically outdid himself again. 73 looks later, it would not be Haute Couture without a show finale and that of a bridal gown worn by Molly Blair topped off with a unique veil of pearly flowers and hunky men carrying… floral arrangements of course (pictured)

 

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