Chanel Couture Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
Karl Lagerfeld has never disappointed the loyal fans of Chanel yet, and most probably he will never do. The newest Chanel Couture spring/summer 2014 collection is just another proof in a row, which comes to absolutely assure us that this fashion giant will never cease defining and setting the wide diversity of world fashion trends. What we saw for this collection can be described as an avalanche of mixed styles, skillfully blended details, and ultra-creative approaches. It’s meant to create “a futuristic nightclub” and not as Lagerfeld noted, a “disco. That’s démodé.” On the other hand, the retro-inspired vibes are also noticeable among the looks.
The Chanel Couture spring/summer 2014 collection was demonstrated with a luxurious runway show presenting absolutely Chanel and absolutely chic shapes, carrying the specific oversized vibes, and combining that with the curious cuts, ruffles, and sophisticated textures. The primary pieces present a hegemony of light shades, especially white, forming another descriptive aspect of the collection. The way of bringing in the principle of stylish diversity is matching the classy and feminine apparels with sporty shoes, which created a very catchy and unique image.
Continuing with the color palette, we may also note the slight shift towards black and white plays, which appears to be especially effective with the skirts plus cropped top pairs, where a very resourceful solution has been applied to cover the waist with body-con black part separated from the top and the bottom. The garments vary from dresses to comfy jacket and skirt combos, and the above-mentioned skirt plus top pairs, where each of them has something unrepeated about it, be that with the nice texture, or the overall shapes.
The color palette of the Chanel Couture spring/summer 2014 collection does expand itself, too, later turning into a pinky shade and forming another interesting array of looks. The sweetest shades of blue and some glittery silver also make their contribution for creating the exquisite looks. What is especially sweet about this line is the boho inspiration having given birth to an amazing pinky combo having some ample-shaped details, and an extremely cute color shade.
Glitter with transparency pair is also here used for the most impressive combinations possible. The luxurious black shade can’t but here, too, used for the classiest and the most enigmatic pieces, adorned with some transparent and multi-layered with ruffled designs, and generally forming floor length dresses. The latter are the final hit of the Chanel Couture spring/summer 2014 collection.
Thus, all the extravagant, incredible, and at the same uber-flabbergasting looks have been united in this line, offering all these nice and charming facets and advantages to your attention.
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