Designer and iconic couture visionary, Karl Lagerfield just released imagery showcasing the Chanel Spring/Summer 2019 Pre-Collection. The luxe lineup incorporates numerous trends of the season including: sequins, texture, gold as well as white tone fashions.
Lagerfield having an eye like no other; also took the wheel when it came to the camera lens. Karl took every last shot himself. Furthermore, the stunning visuals are also fronted by a couple of headlining top models in the industry. Adesuwa and Marjan both star in the Chanel Pre-Spring 2019 looks; thus adding their own personal flair and vibe which effortlessly took things to an even higher level.
Chanel Spring/Summer 2019 Pre-Collection Featuring Adesuwa
So then, what is this spring/summer 2019 pre-collection really all about? What can consumers and Chanel fashion lovers around the world find within this capsule? The Chanel label provided the following answer:
“The Chanel Spring/Summer 2019 Pre-Collection is now available in boutiques. For this new collection, Karl Lagerfield layers textures in matching tones for a causal twist on the signature codes of the house.
[For instance] signature pearls and a double C motif run through all-white looks from the Chanel Spring/Summer 2019 pre-collection. [Additionally] quilted elements add a note of sportswear to the collection.”
Sounds fancy darlings. Nevertheless, as mentioned the pre-spring line is now in boutiques. If you are waiting on the Chanel Spring 2019 fashions to hit a store front near you; unfortunately, you will have to wait about 8-10 weeks. The spring collection will be available for purchase in March.
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