Haute Couture SS18: Chanel

Dana Mortada   |   24 - 01 - 2018







































































Yesterday morning in Paris, Chanel decided to keep things simple as invitees took their seats front row within an intimate setting inside the Grand Palais, surrounded by a walled garden with a fountain centerpiece.


This being an Haute Couture Collection, apart from the charming French garden, Karl Lagerfeld made sure every piece is the star of its own show. Lagerfeld couldn’t resist the floral spell, where he sent out models wearing a short black veil at the top of their head.


The flower power collection displayed a subtle palette of mostly powdery pinks and few random splashes eye-popping colours. There was so many fresh ideas with dramatic shaped dresses mixed with various silhouette options- short and long gowns, voluminous skirts, straight-cuts and more.


The brand is famous for it’s perfect proportions, and what’s a Chanel show without its lightness and tweed embroideries. There were lots of dreamy options diversified with vibrant pleated gowns, silvery jumpsuits, and dresses embellished with transparent flowers.


The maker of dresses never fails to disappoint, Lagerfeld put on a very French and an haute, haute couture collection. Explore it all in the gallery above.



Haute Couture SS18: Georges Hobeika