• 30. März 2015
    LILY ALLEN <BR />2015 BAL DE LA ROSE

    LILY ALLEN
    2015 BAL DE LA ROSE

    Der Bal de la Rose, 1954 von Fürstin Gracia Patricia von Monaco ins Leben gerufen, findet jedes Jahr in Monte Carlo statt. Die diesjährige 61. Ausgabe des Events fand unter der künstlerischen Leitung von Karl Lagerfeld am 28. März statt und endete mit einem Konzert der Sängerin Lily Allen.

    Mit dem Rosenball werden die Tätigkeiten der Fondation Princesse Grace de Monaco unter Vorsitz von Caroline Prinzessin von Hannover unterstützt.

  • 30. März 2015

    MAKING-OF LILY ALLENS KLEID

    Bei ihrem Auftritt auf dem Bal de la Rose 2015 trug Lily Allen ein von Karl Lagerfeld imaginiertes und von Chanel kreiertes Bühnenoutfit. Die Sängerin lieferte ihre Performance in einem langen Haute‑Couture‑Kleid bestickt mit silberfarbenen Pailletten und pinken Perlen von Maison Lesage, darüber einen Samtmantel, dessen Kragen mit Kamelien vom Maison Lemarié verziert war.

  • 26. März 2015
    THE GIRL CHANEL <BR />SASHA, PARIS

    THE GIRL CHANEL
    SASHA, PARIS

    The "Girl Chanel" handbag from the Spring-Summer 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection.

  • 16. März 2015
    DETAILS DER KOLLEKTION <BR />FRÜHJAHR-SOMMER 2015 PRÊT-À-PORTER

    DETAILS DER KOLLEKTION
    FRÜHJAHR-SOMMER 2015 PRÊT-À-PORTER

    Die Kollektion ist ab sofort in den Boutiquen erhältlich.
    Mehr Informationen auf chanel.com

  • 12. März 2015
    DIE NEUE PERLENKETTE

    DIE NEUE PERLENKETTE

    Herbst-Winter 2015/16 Prêt-à-Porter Kollektion
    Foto von Benoit Peverelli

  • 12. März 2015

    BACKSTAGE

    Herbst-Winter 2015/16 Prêt-à-Porter Show

    Fotos von Benoit Peverelli

  • 12. März 2015
    Par Anne Combaz
    DIE MOSAIK STICKEREI

    DIE MOSAIK STICKEREI

    Herbst-Winter 2015/16 Prêt-à-Porter Kollektion
    Foto von Anne Combaz

  • 12. März 2015
    DIE BOMBERJACKE

    DIE BOMBERJACKE

    Herbst-Winter 2015/16 Prêt-à-Porter Kollektion
    Foto von Benoit Peverelli

  • 12. März 2015
    Par Françoise-Claire Prodhon
    THE FRENCH COLLECTION

    THE FRENCH COLLECTION

    The Fall-Winter 2015/16 Ready-to-Wear collection was unveiled within a bistro environment designed by Karl Lagerfeld which he named the "Brasserie Gabrielle". This larger-than-life "brasserie," an institution that has long embodied the Parisian lifestyle, was constructed inside the Grand Palais and perfectly conveyed the spirit of the collection.
    Using vocabulary that its creator deemed "very French," this "French Collection" reinterprets the wardrobe of a modern "bourgeoise," a woman who exudes Parisian chic and cosmopolitan culture, who could grace the streets of any major city around the world. The "new bourgeoise,” as dubbed by Karl Lagerfeld, is accessorized day to night in beige and black slingback shoes with a squared heel. This is the first time since the designer's arrival at Chanel that he has explored this iconic shoe, of which he revamped its proportions. All 97 models of the collection wore these two-tone shoes, which make the legs look thinner and bestow a woman with confidence.

    The silhouettes ranged from extremely feminine to sometimes androgynous, in colors such as navy, gray and burgundy and in prints such as tartan or houndstooth. The common thread of the collection was Chanel's emblematic tweed, which was reinvented in the form of zipped or preciously buttoned up coatdresses trimmed with woven braid. It also manifested in pencil skirts cut just below the knee or at calf-length, elegant suit-jackets and large wool coats, in jackets “à berthe” or with large collars, and in flowing skirts. The subtly flared silhouettes were fitted at the waist with a skinny belt. Urban and all about comfort, the elegant models wore bomber jackets whose fronts were reminiscent of a Chanel jacket, skirt suits or quilted coats, and embroidered parkas elevated to the status of an evening coat. Knit was omnipresent in both sporty and sophisticated styles with jacquard print sweaters paired with tweed skirts, oversized off-the-shoulder sweaters, elegant two-toned A-line dresses and long evening gowns.

    Very striking, more androgynous silhouettes passed by in short box coats that revealed white shirts and plastrons, as well as long grosgrain-belted aprons tied nonchalantly around the waist. These simultaneously seductive yet casual aprons were paired with jeans, slim-cut leather pants or tweed dresses in the style of a neo three-piece suit. For evening, the looks were elegant and vibrant, including little black chiffon dresses, a trompe-l’œil two-piece suit with a bow tie and brilliant details inspired by folded brasserie napkins, transparent and layered effects, lace skirts and dresses, and spectacular skirts painted with feathers paired with woolen cardigans that revealed maxi sleeves also with feathers.

    Françoise Claire Prodhon

    Photo by Olivier Saillant

  • 11. März 2015

    CELEBRITIES IM GRAND PALAIS

    Herbst-Winter 2015/16 Prêt-à-Porter Show, 10. März, Grand Palais, Paris.

    Photos von Anne Combaz

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