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Conversation with Manchester -- The Women's Runway Analysis of CHANEL
On December 8, 2023 (Beijing time), CHANEL held the 2023/24 Advanced Handicraft Workshop Series Conference in Manchester, England. The iconic twill soft woolen fabric became the protagonist of this season, but was created with more vibrant and fashionable cutting, contours, and matching methods. CHANEL has almost covered all color schemes this season, from red to purple, covering a wide range and becoming a major highlight of the season.
Southern French Modernism -- The Women's Runway Analysis of Chanel
The CHANEL 2024 Spring/Summer series draws inspiration from the art of the Noah é villa in southern France, showcasing bright sunshine, youthful vitality, and romantic style. With freedom and creativity as the core themes, this series conveys the brand's vision for the ideal world. Twill soft fabric, bright colors, checkered stripe prints, and the architectural elements of Noah Villa are widely used in the series, cleverly blending to give the entire series a unique fashion atmosphere, while emphasizing the brand's emphasis on women's power and free expression.
Gorgeous Holiday -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
The French luxury brand staged its 2024 resort show at the historic studio where members of the Writers Guild had been striking earlier in the day. Hollywood is in its second week of the action, which has brought nearly all production to a standstill. But Chanel made it clear it has no part in the dispute. The runway set was dominated by an enormous movie screen on the side of a building near the iconic Paramount water tower, with a painted wood floor that turned into a roller rink for the after party.
Camellia Motif -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
Virginie Viard has been inspired by the camellia as a signature design motif throughout the history of the Parisian fashion house for her Fall 2023 ready-to-wear collection. The presentation was an exercise in reduction, with the vast majority of looks being created in grayscale, save for a few accents of dusty rose throughout. “The camellia is more than a theme, it’s an eternal code of the House,” explained Viard on her inspiration from the flower.
Beach Journey -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of CHANEL
From Paris to the Riviera, CHANEL heads to Monte-Carlo for the Cruise 2022/23 collection by Virginie Viard. Inspired by the cosmopolitan beach lifestyle of Monaco and CHANEL’s history along the Côte d’Azur, a first glimpse at the collection reveals silhouettes with an abundance of black and white swimsuits, glamorous sequins, and ensembles in breezy crochet.
Pay Homage to Tweed -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
Held in the Grand Palais Éphémère, Chanel A/W 22/23 couture was an homage to the quintessential house signature - tweed. It is said that Gabrielle Chanel would walk by the River Tweed in Scotland, where she would gather different flora and use their colors as a reference for her artisans to create fabric. The haute couture show exuded an elegant, bright, and positive mood; multi-pocket safari jacket and soft woolen outerwear interpreted masculine silhouettes; couture qualities were brought by patterns, materials, and details; leathers and jewels sent out a gorgeous retro atmosphere.
Exquisite Artisanship -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
With sweeping synergy, this season's Métiers d'Art collection read like the limited Chanel edition of connect-the-dots. Virginie Viard invited guests to Le19M, the newly opened building devoted to the workshops of the maison's artisans, where she presented her most crafts-centric collection within the very same architecture that had informed its cuts and motifs.
The Classic in 1990s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of CHANEL
CHANEL S/S 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection returned to the Grand Palais. The show without magnificent props put emphasis on the release of clothing. Inspired by the magic of fashion seen through the photographer's lens, the CHANEL Spring-Summer 2022 Ready-to-Wear show evokes the heightened emotions and memories of the raised runways of the 1980s surrounded by photographers and flashbulbs. Romantic with a touch of mystery, the collection balances the graphic purity of black and white, playful summer stripes, and the dark whimsy of a butterfly's wings on black chiffon. Behind the camera lens, model Vivienne Rohner plays the role of both photographer and fashion muse in cinematic black and white, for a first glimpse of the inspirations behind the collection by Virginie Viard.
A Romantic and Free Holiday in Southern France -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Chanel
The CHANEL Cruise 2021/22 collection by Virginie Viard is inspired by Jean Cocteau's film Testament of Orpheus(1960). The filming spot is also the place of this catwalk -- the Carrières de Lumières in Les Baux-de-Provence. The hand-drawn white starry pattern also comes from Jean Cocteau, the friend of brand founder Coco Chanel. And the preview poster is exactly the letter from Cocteau to Coco.
Vintage Girls -- The Catwalk Analysis of Chanel Womenswear
Chanel 2021 S/S collection is held in Grand Palais. Its logo decorates the scene, with decorative lights to create a simple but elegant vibe. Chanel 2021 S/S collection brings us to the 1950s-1960s France, which reveals the tribute of creative director Virginie Viard to Chanel muses. Gabrielle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld have designed many looks for actresses in their daily life or in films. Due to this pandemic, Chanel holds this show online and offline, and all audience wear masks.
Balade en Méditerranée -- The Catwalk Analysis of Chanel Womenswear
Traveling has always been one of Ms. Chanel's greatest hobbies, and she left her footprints all over the world. With a theme of Balade en Méditerranée, this show is inspired by legendary actresses in the 1960s, who enjoyed vacations in Cote d 'Azur. And Chanel Resort 2021 collection is launched online. Catering to sustainability trend, Virginie Viard reuses deadstock fabrics. Those perennial sets or dresses also abandon complicated designs, depicting a neat yet charming female image.
The Anthem of Knight Girls -- The Catwalk Analysis of Chanel Womenswear
Chanel A/W 2020 show is held in Grand Palais, Paris. The show is inspired by Ms. Chanel's racehorse "Romantica" and the photo of Karl Lagerfeld in knight boots, displaying the outline of equestrian clothing. Virginie Viard loves Les Biches by Claude Chabrol (French director), and presents the charming yet tough image of females in the movie in this season. Virginie Viard rejuvenates the signature silhouette coat with the unique tailoring. The wave-like neckline and plackets are soft and romantic.
Back to 31 Rue Cambon -- The Analysis of Chanel Womenswear
This year is the 18th year of CHANEL's launch conference for the Pre-Fall Metiersd' Art. For the past 18 years, Chanel has been traveling around the world and creating a series of ready-to-wear garments based on local culture and handicraft. Virginie Viard names the show as "31 Rue Cambon", a nod to 31 Rue Cambon in Paris where the founder, Gabrielle Chanel, starts the brand. And Virginie Viard works with Sofia Coppola to move the apartment's famous mirrored spiral staircase to the Grand Palais. Combining the design codes of Lady Coco and Karl Lagerfeld, the classic Lesage embroidered outerwear of Karl Lagerfeld in the 1966 A/W couture is reused in sets in this season, with retro painted pattern of Coromandel to create luxurious and noble clothing.
New Wave Films-- The Catwalk Analysis of CHANEL Womenswear
In this S/S 2020 series, the creative director, Virginie Viard, brings the roofs of street houses in Paris directly under the dome of the Grand Palais. As the third fashion independently created by CHANEL, this season still takes the classic black and white as main colors and mixes many bright colors to cater to young consumers. It also attracts more young and energetic workmates and inherits the classic design core of the brand.