Fitting, runway, detail.
I have lots of thoughts on this. I think it warrants numbering them. Haha.
1. The detail video is mind-blowing. I’m not really one for Chanel overall but you can’t not be awestruck by the crazy amount of work that goes into something as little as the corner of a collar or the edge of a sleeve.
2. The girl who closed is scary. I don’t think she meshed with the softness of the line. Sure, her hair and complexion are fair and milky, but man is she harsh looking. Haha not in a bad way, but just not right for the collection.
3. I love the slashed-hem pants with buttons. So cute when paired with the pointy-toed flats!
4. The instrumental music that opened the show is really cool.
5. Anna S. only walked in one look! I’m sure you already noticed that.
6. Carmen Pedaru is rocking everything I see her in. She’s one of my certified faves.
7. MAJOR faux pas with the column skirts and dresses. It was beyond awkward to go from seeing everything walked with a strong, long stride to little shifty baby steps. Put some darts in there, Karl, a lady’s gotta move!
Alright. I think that’s all from me 🙂
OMG!!! I so agree on like EVERYTHING you said!!! lol!!! Especially on the tight column dresses and skirts. And as far as the Chanel brand goes, it is not my favorite either. Their ready-to-wear can look sloppy and quite boring. I was especially aghast at the rolled pant hems in Chanel FW 2011. I swear Karl is going off the deep end. But when it comes to their couture it’s like ::melt:: And yes Anna NEEDED to be in more looks,and of course Karmen is SOOO stunning! There is an cat-like quality to her eyes.
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