Puuh, you were right guys, moving is not fun at all while you’re in the middle of it, but it will be worth it at the end of the tunnel for sure. While I upload some photos and go through my inbox that haven’t been touched for days here are Lagerfeld, Roitfeld, and SJP’s thoughts about Chanel’s Little Black Jacket during the making of the book project.
You’ve probably seen the beautiful Chanel spring campaign by now, where Joan Smalls and Saskia de Brauw perform gymnastics hanging above the sea, seen through the lens of Lagerfeld himself. Here’s a behind-the-scene-video from the shot that took place in Cap d’Antibes, and if you’re not already longing for summer by the sea, this might get you started….
Happy Friday noon!
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Yeah, latest news on Karl Lagerfeld, the man of many talents, who doesn’t seem to have much time for leisure, is that he will design a new range called ‘Karl’. The rock’n’roll-inspired line will include biker jackets, shirts and dresses in the range of £50-£390, in other words a more realistic price range for most of us than his usual designs, and you’ll find it exclusively on Net-a-Porter from January 25th. Go Karl!
I’ve got loads to catch up on after my time-off but it doesn’t hurt much when you come across interesting and beautiful things like this teaser video ‘The Tale of a Fairy’ directed by the man who seems to have a finger on everything at the moment, Karl Lagerfeld. At least it got me curious for the 30 min short film which can be seen on Chanel‘s website on Tuesday 10th at 9pm CET.
Chanels‘s urban fall collection that was presented the other day is the youngest and most wearable I’ve seen by Lagerfeld and not very often do the models look like their young age but they did in these looks. I can’t say I loved it all but there’s something very interesting with those loose fitted jumpsuits and footwear.
Photo: Monica Feudi / GoRunway.com
Yesterday Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel presented their spring collection at Paris Fashion Week, the setting, quite different from last season iceberg and arctic surroundings, this time, a surreal monochrome ornamental garden, complete with fountains, which mirrored one of the film’s most famous scenes accompanied by a full orchestra of 80 musicians.
The collection, beautiful dreamy, quite wearable, where almost everything had an unfinished feel, a thready, feathered edge.
See the whole collection here or check out the video below.