What I liked the most at Chanel s/s 2015 RTW at Paris Fashion week that Karl has no limit of age when he selects his girls for the runway. Here it shows again, beauty and fashion don’t know an age and the ladies have to be stronger than ever and have to be on the move to find BETTER.
Bombe Surprise…love for patterned fabric with a mix of crazy London looks and culture clashes.
And, yes, this is not a conventional fashion label, as you see in the lookbook, but definitely a creative bombe promising to entertain us with creativity and surprises.
“Bombe Surprise aims to not give in to the confines of a conventional fashion label. With plans to evolve into a source of creative content to ensure that this label maintains its element of surprise.”
A tribute to the world (there are 300 Chanel shops around the world). The world loves french fashion and loves Chanel. The new f/w 2013 collection plays with proportions and movement. Mysterious, from black to gray with silver as jewelry. See the video below were Karl Lagerfeld talks about the collection, the models catwalk around the world and the person who hosts the interview (I think it is Garance Doré) is cut off on every question by Karl. I would love to have a talk with him, he is a great guy :).