While the Chanel show was getting much hype all across social media platforms due to Karl Lagerfeld's brilliant Chanel stage for its Fall 2014 RTW collection, I can't help but be a little disappointed at the collection.
It was a range of technicolour tweeds and trainers, even a holey cutout pink ensemble that Cara Delevigne opened the show in but I was definitely more interested in the runway setting than anything else. It was a mock supermarket housing a bevy of Chanel supermarket items along the aisles, from chanel cookies of all sorts to champagne and "Coco Flakes". It was a dream come true! Every Chanel lover -(even fashion lover's)- paradise of a supermarket!
Karl Lagerfeld truly has a creative mind and while I hate to say that the collection was not very much my cup of tea, I take note in the fact that a large amount of effort in making the collection with its impeccable attention to detail and use of fabrics. Karl's idea of the collection in relation to Pop Art is a move that is both daring and different.
P. S., Am I the only one who did not adore Cara Delevigne's hairstyle for the show? :(
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