Hansel and Gretel eat your heart out! When it comes to fashion week no one quite does it like fashion house, Chanel. From the spell-binding couture to the equally visually pleasing venues, the luxury fashion label knows how to leave its fashion show attendees aching for more! For the Chanel Winter 2018 -2019 collection, Karl Lagerfeld enchanted his audience with luxe woven garments set against a forest backdrop.
Winter Fashion 2018- Chanel Winter 2018 Fashion Show
Why is this show in particular making waves throughout the industry? Well, during fashion week you expect at least three things. A catwalk, glorious designs and a magnificent show. Chanel did all three with stylish hands tied in back.
In answering the long held question what would you take with you if you were stranded in a desert or forest; Chanel’s winter show made the answer abundantly clear… any of their fashions! Chanel’s dazzling designs cast their spell with a color palette that lines up perfectly with the fall and winter seasons. We observe stylish tops, skirts, jackets and accessories all peppered with tones reminiscent of the changing of the leaves’ colors during autumn.
The colors are warm yet sharp. Defined yet welcoming. Your eye is drawn in immediately but is able to take in every look’s detail in it’s entirety.
Chanel Winter 2018 Fashion Show
Your outfit may be the cake, but a proper handbag is the cherry on top! Chanel’s Winter 2018 handbags are trendy with an original edge. There are big bags, small bags, crossovers and of course, totes.
One element we love is the matchy-matchy look. Several handbags were twinning with their accompanying ensembles. Literally, tweed met tweed and hues met the exact same color(s). Whatever fabric was used to craft a couture design that same high end material was used for the look’s very own handbag.
This is great for the person who enjoys a perfect match. Or for someone who may struggle with pairing accessories with their clothing. Either way, Chanel has things covered.
One other detail that is certainly worth mentioning before moving on is Chanel’s use of the double bag. Have you ever needed two bags just to carry your essentials for the day? Well, Chanel wants you to know you are not alone. During the fall/winter runway show a model hit the catwalk with not one bag, but two swinging from her shoulder.
One smaller shoulder handbag layered over a larger tote made up the completed look. While carrying two bags may not become the next big thing. It is fun to see a neat way on how to make this style dilemma work in the best way.
Chanel Winter 2018 Fashion Show – Accessories
Hair was kept simple but was embellished with luxe, crystallized hair accessories. Other outfit additions we noticed included scarves, leggings/tights, chain belts as well as logo/name earrings and necklaces. Moreover, with the earrings we noticed Chanel indulged in the super hot uneven earrings trend. To rock it all you have to do is wear two different size earrings. They match but one is always super longer than the other. Thus making the finished result stylish, yet dramatic.
Furthermore, gleaming details were not just noticed in the accessories. Various boots, tights and pants all had shimmery elements. Proving that winter fashion does not need to be drab like the season’s weather. You can easily spice things up by utilizing sparkle.
Lastly, one other piece we loved was the fingerless gloves! Very Material Girl meets punk. The fun gloves came in different lengths; both regular hand glove size as well as elbow length. Certainly, a design that easily garners attention without trying too hard.
Well loves that is our fashion show recap. Keep scrolling to see even more runway shots!
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