• July 22nd, 2015
    LILY-ROSE DEPP, <BR />THE FACE OF THE EYEWEAR CAMPAIGN <BR />FALL-WINTER 2015/16

    LILY-ROSE DEPP,
    THE FACE OF THE EYEWEAR CAMPAIGN
    FALL-WINTER 2015/16

  • July 21st, 2015
    THE GIRL CHANEL <BR />LILY COLLINS, PARIS

    THE GIRL CHANEL
    LILY COLLINS, PARIS

    The "Girl Chanel" handbag in black and beige leather, carried by the British‑American actress, face of Barrie Knitwear.

  • July 20th, 2015
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  • July 13th, 2015

    KARL LAGERFELD'S GUESTS

    Fall-Winter 2015/16 Haute Couture show

    Photos by Anita Leung, Anne Combaz & Olivier Saillant

  • July 10th, 2015
    MAKING OF THE HAUTE COUTURE COLLECTION

    MAKING OF THE HAUTE COUTURE COLLECTION

    Fall-Winter 2015/16

  • July 10th, 2015
    THE STORY OF THE FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE SHOW

    THE STORY OF THE FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE SHOW

  • July 10th, 2015

    SHOW PLAYLIST BY MICHEL GAUBERT

    1. Now and Then Cio D’Or
    00:31
    • 1. Now and Then 00:31
      Cio D’Or
    • 2. Tomorrow Was Yesterday 00:31
      Cio D’Or
    • 3. Love Theme 00:31
      Barry White
  • July 9th, 2015
    Par Françoise-Claire Prodhon
    THE BRIDE <BR />FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE

    THE BRIDE
    FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE

    Karl Lagerfeld for the closing look of the Fall-Winter 2015/16 Haute Couture show had a surprise up his sleeve: his tuxedo bride. Out stepped Kendall Jenner in her white satin wedding suit. This was a pretty unconventional bride, her look subtly playing on masculine-feminine codes with its wide-shouldered, double-breasted jacket – sporting epaulettes, four pockets and two rows of buttons – with a camellia tacked to its lapel, matched with a slightly flared pant.
    Accentuating the graphic yet relaxed lines of the tuxedo were the strap-on booties with geometric heels (the footwear look for all the collection, also in black and ivory). The only nod to tradition came in the form of the long embroidered tulle veil, which flowed from the shoulders to form a quirky train, lending a feminine twist to the silhouette.

    Françoise-Claire Prodhon

    Photo by Benoit Peverelli

  • July 9th, 2015
    Par Françoise-Claire Prodhon
    FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE

    FALL-WINTER 2015/16 HAUTE COUTURE

    An Art Deco-inspired casino – built from scratch in the main hall of the Grand Palais – set the stage for the Fall-Winter 2015/16 Haute Couture collection, replete with slot machines and roulette and blackjack tables manned by croupiers. Meandering through this chic Cercle Privé casino were a selection of handpicked guests, with Karl Lagerfeld adding to the excitement by inviting A-lister friends of the house (around 20 in total) to sit at tables in the casino’s center. Kristen Stewart led the way, followed by Julianne Moore, Geraldine Chaplin, Isabelle Huppert, Rita Ora, Stella Tennant, Lara Stone and Lily Collins. Joining them were Vanessa Paradis, accompanied by her daughter Lily-Rose Depp, Alice Dellal and Violette d'Urso.

    Dressed in Chanel and sporting exquisite platinum and diamond creations from the re-issue of the house’s 1932 “Bijoux de Diamants” collection - the only high jewelry collection ever created by Gabrielle Chanel - they were the epitome of elegance as they embraced the gambling spirit. Ever the perfectionist, Chanel ensured no detail was spared for this ephemeral game space: the slot machines sported references to 31 rue Cambon, Camellias and Mademoiselle Chanel’s fetish numbers (5 in particular); locked-Cs came interspersed with playing card motifs to form a monogram on the geometric gray and beige carpet.

    If the chic and cozy atmosphere of Chanel’s Cercle Privé casino appeared to be suspended in time, the 67 looks revealed by models walking in amongst the gamblers were undeniably of the now.

    Karl Lagerfeld once again proves himself a visionary by combining new technology with the traditional know-how of Haute Couture. The house’s iconic suit comes revisited in a sumptuous 3D version showcasing the “Selective Laser Sintering” technique. Painted, beaded, satin-lined or edged with leather, it sets the tone for Haute Couture’s future, with no room for nostalgia. From architectural and graphic silhouettes punctuated with masculine details for the day to sumptuous evening looks with asymmetric lines, airy fabrics and a sophisticated palette, the Fall-Winter 2015/16 Haute Couture collection encompasses the boundless creative force of Chanel.

    Françoise-Claire Prodhon

  • July 8th, 2015
    "ALL OF THE PEOPLE YOU SEE HERE ARE FRIENDS. THEY LOVED THE IDEA." KARL LAGERFELD

    "ALL OF THE PEOPLE YOU SEE HERE ARE FRIENDS. THEY LOVED THE IDEA." KARL LAGERFELD

    Photo by Pari Dukovic

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