The Chanel FW 19/20 fashion show was opened by one of the most important muses to Karl Lagerfeld – Cara Delavigne, who was also accompanied by Kaia Gerber, who worked closely with the legendary designer. To everyone’s surprise even the beautiful Penélope Cruz showed up on the catwalk, carrying a white rose. Let’s take a closer look at the moving show, which at the end brought many models to tears.
While some display their FW collection on a ‘common’ cat walk, Chanel decided to take us to an authentic mountain village, where the ground was covered by snow, and where the surrounding is populated by charming wooden cottages. The form which Grand Palais took upon itself this time, absolutely endeared us.
The outfits designed for Chanel by his hand again reminded us of the uncontestable talent of the German designer. The luxury FW 19/20 collection combined beauty with femininity, trends, high tailoring and the characteristic traits of the fashion house. The autumn collection, therefore isn’t lacking in iconic costumes, black and white elegance, a bold play of colours or untraditional down jackets.
What should you wear for autumn and winter according to the fashion genius? Definitely, keep or otherwise obtain the legendary tweed, organza blouse or a blouse from another soft fabric, pants with wide trouser legs, warm knitted sweaters, and airy skirts, which will help to transform you into a an enchanting snow flake.
In the newest collection by Chanel you won’t only find what you expect from the brand. You will also find much more. The FW 19/20 can be labelled one of the best collections of the deceased designer, and as such is the best finale of the designer’s working life, that we could have hoped for…
I don’t know, how better to express not on the Chanel FW 19/20 fashion show, but the atmosphere of the whole show, the last of its kind, which the divine Karl had dreamed out for all participants and viewers.
I have many favourite outfits, and all have one distinctive element: the iconic Chanel tweed. A warm overall with a black and white overcoat, which Cara Delevigne wore is exactly what I had I nmind, and even including a luxury necklace. Yes, it’s not really the usual choice for an ordinary meeting in the city. This is something more:As if Louver was calling at me from a distance ‘Come and take a look and saber open at least one bottle of Dom Pérignon!‘.
After that, I was only enjoying the gentle snowy white wave of pants, skirts and dresses. Bravo, Karl! I will never forget!