5 Major Trends From the Chanel Couture Fall Winter 2020 Show


Though Chanel is known for its elaborate sets, transforming the Grand Palais in Paris into everything from a seaside with sand and lapping waves to a snow-covered winter village, the latest Haute Couture collection put the designs into full focus. Without an audience attendance due to social distancing guidelines, the collection was presented digitally as a lookbook photographed by Mikael Jansson instead of a runway show. But if you’re still looking for opulence, you’ll find it in the designs by Virginie Viard.

A bit of an homage to Karl Lagerfeld, she infuses his signature rock-romanticism—a mix of voluminous gowns with stacks of rings, fuchsia tweed with smudged eyeliner. “I was thinking about a punk princess coming out of ‘Le Palace’ at dawn,” says Virginie Viard in a press release. “With a taffeta dress, big hair, feathers and lots of jewelry. This…

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