Chanel recently launched its Fall-Winter 2018/19 Ready-to-Wear collection in a show inspired by nature. Chanel’s Head Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld imagined a forest to set the tone for the Fall-Winter 2018/19 show at the Grand Palais.
When everyone is becoming conscious about protecting nature, the love for all things natural and natural surroundings has seen an all time high. Lagerfeld took this love to the runway with his imagination by conjuring up the natural habitat to launch the new collection. With the surrounding trees, fallen leaves, the feel for fall couldn’t have been better for the seated fashion lovers watching the line of girls strutting purposefully through the moss-strewn forest glade.
The décor included the black-and-white palette that was warmed up by the collection comprising an array of reds, moss, russets, pine green, brown, and foliage prints.
The slim black coats in the collection struck the right note for that wintery feel. There were six coats with varying shades and exuding Chanel chic. One of the coats was double-breasted, splashed with gold Lurex. Another had a doubled-up look made out of collarless tweed with a leather liner. Coque feathers and swathed-sleeved edition also featured in the collection.
Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the collection.