From Paris with love (as always), Chanel never ceases to mesmerise us with its splendour of creativity, extravagance, beauty and savoir-faire in haute couture collections.
And this recent Paris Spring/Summer 2018 Haute Couture Fashion Week sees a world of towering blooms encircling a trellis tunnel inside the Grand Palais. Iridescently captivating, Karl Lagerfeld decides to take us back to the roots of haute couture – a minimal yet elegant presentation made serve us the fantasy of fashion.
Now, let us bring you through the 3 things you need to know about the Chanel Spring/Summer 2018 Haute Couture show:
There was no supermarkets, airport check-in counters or space stations in sight this season. What greeted us at Gran Palais this season was the quintessential element of spring – towering blooms in a classic French garden with that Chanel twist.
Unpretentious and clear of over-the-top gimmicks and extravagance, the Grand Palais sees an intricately built trellis tunnel, sand pavements and a fountain in the middle of it all.
In his words (from Vogue.com), Karl says, "I’m not a marketing person; I don’t know what I’m doing in a way—it’s just a feeling."
And to finish it off, let's hear what the guests have to say about the show in the video below: