Although New York Fashion week is in full swing -or should we say, full snow- at the moment, I wanted to share a little peek at the Chanel Spring-Summer 2015 Haute Couture collection from the Paris runway, last month.
A palette of pinks, oranges, reds, electric blue, pollen yellow, sap green, blacks and whites created at waltz of colour to inspire the start of a fresh new season.
Short jackets, full skirts or pencil cut skirts that skim just at the ankle, or flare out just above the knee.
Classic and feminine outfits were worn with wide brimmed hats or viels and modernized with leather shoe-boots.
My favourite picks from this show have to be the full skirts. In true Chanel style, classic tweed jackets, with 3/4 length sleeves, rounded shoulders and wide necklines were worn with pretty dresses and full skirts.
Other looks included fringed chiffon dresses coupled with short blouses and long, ethereal coats, belted with leather.
Tulle tunics, embroidered completely with rhodoid flowers alternated with ensembles of painted linen braided with sparkle and coats embellished with garlands of flowers.
Colourful and delicate, the CHANEL HAUTE COUTURE collection is everything you’d hoped for in a spring garden and brings about a majestic reinvention of the season.
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