Karl Lagerfeld talks about his latest collection and what inspired him to produce Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2012 breathtaking underwater fantasy themed show.
The dresses were made out of uncommon materials like fiberglass, nylon, polyester and iridescent synthetics, some came with geometric motifs inspired by the “fabric paintings” of German artist, Blinky Palermo.
The usual chains, logos, and braids were no where to be seen. Chanel’s tweeds and pearls were the only indicators of the Chanel brand. Pearls were used in new and innovative ways as stud piercings, belts and decorative jewelry that adorned each model’s low, slicked backed hair buns.
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Versace sirens were irresistible and Chanel’s set was as magical as a Zaha Hadid design. Best of both worlds on your desktop. Models Lindsey Wixon and Daphne Groeneveld wore it best, sporting stunningly glamorous siren gowns. Download our latest Spring/Summer 2012 Global Fashion News wallpaper by clicking on the link!
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