• March 9th, 2018
    ACCESSORIES <BR />FALL-WINTER 2018/19 COLLECTION

    ACCESSORIES
    FALL-WINTER 2018/19 COLLECTION

    A selection of accessories presented by Karl Lagerfeld at the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 show.

    #CHANELFallWinter

  • March 8th, 2018
    IMPRESSIONS AFTER THE <BR />FALL-WINTER SHOW

    IMPRESSIONS AFTER THE
    FALL-WINTER SHOW

    Keira Knightley, Victoria Song, Golshifteh Farahani and Vanessa Paradis share their thoughts on the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 Ready‑to‑Wear show presented on Tuesday, March 6th at the Grand Palais in Paris.

    #CHANELFallWinter

  • March 8th, 2018
    FALL-WINTER 2018/19 <BR />READY-TO-WEAR COLLECTION

    FALL-WINTER 2018/19
    READY-TO-WEAR COLLECTION

    It was deep in an autumn forest that guests discovered the House's latest ready-to-wear collection. The 81 looks were presented in russet, orange, moss, pine green and bark brown hues, expressing nature's rich palette without forgetting CHANEL's signature black and white. From foliage prints to branch-like braids and ornamental buttons intricately carved with leaves, poetic notes weaved their way through a collection of meticulous silhouettes that allied refinement with comfort.

    Frayed, woven or classic tweeds, corduroy, woolen serge and knits were warmed up with oversized scarves, pink leather mittens and faux fur cuffs embellished with feathers, whilst finishing touches came in the form of thigh-high boots, ankle boots or flat derbies in oxide gold leather. The new '31' tote bag created by Karl Lagerfeld paired smooth leather with quilting, tweed or printed cotton canvas.

    Elswehere, tubular shapes, square shoulders, high necks and a new ankle-skimming length set the tone courtesy of long, straight coats. The iconic CHANEL jacket was elongated or cropped at the hip. Suits were reworked and twisted via poncho basques, whilst pencil skirts and dresses were slashed or opened up with vents to liberate the step. Knitwear in soft biscuit, écru and white tones was illuminated with touches of gold and delicate lurex threads. Large coats with floor-caressing hems hijacked the spirit of dramatic capes with their oversized cuffs. Evening came, and with it, an air of polished, modern elegance. Omnipresent, the little black dress - more often than not, long - played out in organza, embroidered tulle, muslin or lace, alternating sheerness with layered textures. It made its appearance worn underneath a quilted jacket in black or white trim, or under a feather-adorned faux fur cape.

    Françoise-Claire Prodhon

    © Olivier Saillant

  • March 8th, 2018
    GILDED THIGH BOOTS

    GILDED THIGH BOOTS

    Reflecting the bare trees of the decor, thigh boots in bark printed leather work harmoniously with tweeds, wools and corduroys. 

    © Kristy Sparow

  • March 8th, 2018
    VELVET COAT

    VELVET COAT

    Ribbed and iridescent, black velvet is worn as a full look on long straight or double-breasted coats with square shoulders that accentuate the purity of an understated line.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • March 8th, 2018
    SUNGLASSES <BR />FALL-WINTER 2018/19

    SUNGLASSES
    FALL-WINTER 2018/19

    With a tortoise shell frame and mirror coated lenses, the sunglasses of the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 collection delicately underline the gaze.

    © Benoît Peverelli

  • March 8th, 2018
    BRANCH-LIKE BRAIDING

    BRANCH-LIKE BRAIDING

    This season, the CHANEL jacket lengthens to mid-thigh, contrasting gold braiding with black tweed. The branch-like weave evokes the collection's forest theme.

    © Alix Marnat

  • March 8th, 2018

    LINE-UP
    FALL-WINTER 2018/19 SHOW

    Models McKenna Hellam, Kaia Gerber, Roos Abels and Lauren De Graaf backstage at the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 show in Paris.

    #CHANELFallWinter

  • March 7th, 2018
    CHANEL'S GABRIELLE BAG <BR />FOR FALL-WINTER

    CHANEL'S GABRIELLE BAG
    FOR FALL-WINTER

    CHANEL’s GABRIELLE bag comes in a smaller size and turns golden brown, echoing the inspirations behind the Fall‑Winter 2018/19 collection.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • March 7th, 2018
    GOLDEN BROWN HUES

    GOLDEN BROWN HUES

    Finishing tweed and forest-inspired looks, golden brown and chestnut hues illuminate autumnal silhouettes.

    © Kristy Sparow

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