Established by the revolutionary legend Gabrielle Coco Chanel, the luxury fashion house has been a long-standing icon in the ever-evolving industry. The luxurious brand is known for its simplistic elegant pieces that stand the test of time. Coco's signature pieces such as tweed suit skirts and quilted handbags still remain as the centerpieces of the brand. However, another significant figure, Karl Lagerfeld, has worked his magic onto the brand by adding personality to CHANEL. His touch of edginess, humor, fantasy, sexines and sophistication is obvious at each collection; every year, Lagerfeld pushes the industry with his fusion of fantasy with timeless fashion pieces.
In a winter wonderland at the Grand Palais surrounded by snow covered trees and ski chalets, the final Chanel show designed by Karl Lagerfeld was the perfect setting to honor the legendary designer. Cara Delevingne opened the show in black and white tweed pant suit, matching fedora hat and houndstooth coat. The 90s outfit was followed by more flowy wide-leg trousers, checkered jackets and layers of statement necklaces. It was an effortless balance of masculine and feminine shapes; the boxy, strong-shoulder silhouettes were softened by cinching of the waists with Chanel belts and sparkly pearl jewelry. The collection was less of an experient with color as it was with texture; furry boots, fuzzy CC logos on belt backs and fluffy white skirts added warmth and depth to the winter outfits.
Karl Lagerfeld took CHANEL on a vacation to the relaxing beachside at Grand Palais in Paris. Or, more accurately, a stunning man-made location consisting of a boardwalk, white sands and splashing waves. Models walked barefoot along the blue waters with colorful flat sandals in hand. This season, bold accessories stole the show. Oversized crystal necklaces spelling 'CHANEL' and CC marks on the plexi footwear and quilted shoulder bags. The French fashion house even introduced a new twist to the logo trend: split-up 'CHA' and 'NEL', which came in forms of mega-sized earrings, straw hats and cropped white shirts. Clothes were kept to light pastels and airy blacks, in laid-back, oversized silouhettes and flowy dresses. Even leggings made appearances. The classic tweed was transformed into deep-V blazers, boxy suits, relaxed shirt dresses and summery set-ups. Other stand-out pieces include geographic patterened swimsuits, lightweight cover-ups and bags in shape of beach volleyballs.
All aboard the La Pausa...! Summer has arrived early in the world of CHANEL, where Karl Lagerfeld introduced a nautical-themed collection in his 2019 Resort show. Mostly sticking to traditional white, blue, red and black theme, with an occasional bright coral and...
All aboard the La Pausa...! Summer has arrived early in the world of CHANEL, where Karl Lagerfeld introduced a nautical-themed collection in his 2019 Resort show. Mostly sticking to traditional white, blue, red and black theme, with an occasional bright coral and turquoise thrown in, models strut the runway in sea-friendly Mary Jane flats, berets, flowy dresses and striped wide-legged pants. Although leaning on more casual than formal, the brand still managed to incorporate its elegant tweed material into round-shoulder two-piece sets, plaid jackets and mini dresses. With accessories, the brand didn't hold back; models wore colorful logo cuffs, layered necklaces and pendants and sea-inspired mini bags. A black and white vanity bag also made an appearance, an item that will definitely be quickly sold-out.
Taking place in a dark and cozy forest with 12 bare trees and damp leaves under the feet, the Autumn/Winter collection was in one word, Karl Lagerfeld fashion with a romantic 80's twist. Colors included blacks, burnt metallics, mustard yellows, pinks and blues; all in all, a much more wearable and practical collection than the previous bright PVC items. Puffer jackets, capes and tweed coats were in long, slim silhouettes, combined with patina gold flat boots and sparkly grey/black tights. Every item had an element of added detail, such as leather-trimming on tweed, high-neck collars, double-layer shoulder detail and balloon sleeves. Accessories were also key this season from the Madonna-esque pink fingerless gloves and mega-sized jewelry to oversized clutch bags.
From long-time favorite signature collections to newer additions to the family adorned by younger generations, there is bound to be a perfect CHANEL line for everybody.
We all know that the word "MATELASSE" is of CHANEL and its a very icon model made by Gabrielle Chanel with quilted leather. There was only handbags first but CHANEL added chain to set both hands free when going out. Black lambskin 2.25 MATELASSE should be the one as a first CHANEL bag.
Iconic collection with fun such as "5" of No.5, Camellias and logo "COCO" embossed in.
Karl Lagerfeld has designed a very new and authentic design of bag at 2011 Fall/Winter as the Boy Collection; BOY CHANEL. Inspired by a cartridge bag that was made for hunters as a shoulder or cross-body bag with chain. He states that "CHANEL had this attitude, it's the very spirit of Chanel. She"d picked it up from Bpy Capel, the great love of her lfe... indeed, the bag's called BOY CHANEL".
It's literally "classic" and "timelessly" popular in the world (almost forever!). Its original was created essential tote, executive tote and 2.55 in 1920s by Gabrielle Chanel and re-designed in 1980, but been changing slightly every year. ex.) The Chanel Classic Flap Bag switched from being a single flap design to a double flap in the year 2011.
CHAIN WALLET (aka WOC) is one of the classic and popular model at CHANEL and it can be easy to bring out to anywhere such party if you hide the chain inside. It's not too small than its shape; a lipstick, coins, paper bills, cards and even a phone could be fitted in. Another reason why people love this CHAIN WALLET would be its price. Half price of its classic flap bag!
Same as TRAVEL, CHANEL made another world toward athletes: SPORTS in 2000. It's also called "Snow line" and wealth in the variety of winter sportwear such as skiing. Water-proof and high-durability are guarunteed well and much affordable then other collections since it's made of no-leather.
CHANEL is a master of mixing fabrics such as tweed and jersey. Its clothing line includes beautiful masterpieces of silhouttes ranging from broad shouldered jackets and logo T-shirts to midi skirts and impeccably tailored dresses.
CHANEL has introduced many iconic designs for shoes that are must-haves, including Espadrilles and ankle boots. Nicknamed 'Cinderella Slipper', two-toned Slingbacks are Lagerfeld's favorite for classic looks.
CHANEL bags are statement pieces that will never go out of style. Classic quilted flaps take the cake as the most popular model, although Boy Chanel and Gabrielle are quickly becoming fan favorites.
CHANEL offers a wide range of accessories, from scarves, belts to eyewear and many more. The most popular item are brooches, a sophisticated way to own a piece from the brand while still being gentle on the wallet.
Coco's love for pearls been preserved over the years in CHANEL's jewelry collection, though have evolved into beautifully luxurious creations encrusted in pearls and diamonds on necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets. Many feature the iconic CC logo, exuding pure elegance.
CHANEL's signature styles like matelasse and Boy Chanel can also be found in its wallet collection. Ranging from long flap wallets to coin purses to card cases, the brand's small leather goods are must-haves.
In 1910, French designer Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel opened her first shop at 21 rue Cambon in Paris selling hats originally under the name, "Chanel Modes". Following this, Chanel carried on introducing her enthusiastic character to the world through evolutionary, signature pieces such as the iconic CHANEL "N°5" perfume, classy menswear-inspired tweed suits for women, and costume pearls. Fast-forward to current day with Karl Lagerfeld at the helm as Creative Director, and we can see how the House still bravely pushes the boundaries of “standard,” reinterpreting classic Chanel fundamentals with pieces of today’s contemporary trends.