Chanel is known worldwide for the gorgeous fashion collections created every season. This spring Chanel found inspiration from vintage, rustic and femininity. These characteristics being visibly present throughout his designs.
16 Oct, 2009
Chanel has left it's print over the fashion world since decades ago. It has since then created numerous incredible fashion collections, which some, like the LBD have remained timeless. It is incredible how the preoccupation for beauty and aesthetic can help transform a person.
Chanel is a fashion empire, known worldwide for it's gorgeous collections, collections which exude elegance and good taste. This is one of the reason Chanel has expended as much as it did until today.
The 2010 ready to wear spring fashion collection created by Karl Lagerfeld didn't fall under peoples expectations, it was actually more that one could have asked for. The collection is based on expressing femininity and style. A woman's body is something precious and sensual that needs to be emphasized by the right fashion items.
The collection seems to bring a certain breath of fresh air, with a certain vintage, rustic feel. The colors and the materials used in the collection are very light, warm colors, and the materials used to confection the collection are high quality materials like lace, chiffon, tweed, etc.
The main colors were ivory, beige, black but also interesting feminine prints gave a fun allure to the fashion collections.
We can see a lot of feminine touches that are meant to emphasize the legs, drawing attention towards one of women's most admired body part.
The gorgeous lace above the knee dresses helped gave a certain vintage, elegant feel to the fashion collection. Vintage is very fashionable and fashion designers seem to find it a perfect source of inspiration.
Accessories are also an important detail of the collection. Gorgeous chunky heels, cute handbags and subtle hair accessories helped complete the collection. Every detail matched perfectly the theme of the collection, ensuring it's success.
Photos via style.com