It’s high time to enjoy another magical and indeed fantastic collection presented for the latest Chanel made version of paradise! This is the Chanel Couture fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, which puts an end to all the doubts about the limits of human imagination. What we discover here can be described as a conglomeration of innovative experiments based on the sophisticated looks and the time-proof philosophy of this uber luxurious brand. The traditions having been founded by the never-dying world fashion icon Coco Chanel can’t but be preserved for every single collection, but the modern interpretations can’t be missing from those arrays, either. Thus, the new Chanel Couture fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is no exception to this end!
Passing to our scrutiny of these gorgeous pieces, we can first of all speak about the wonderful visual effects created with the graphical and kinetic black and white plays, coming for nice duos of skirts and long-sleeved tops, spiced up with details like fringes and finished off with open toe sandals and extravagant hairstyles. When the general vector of style turns towards the classic forms, gray shade appears as the background, featuring combos like those matching classic suit jackets with skirts slightly above the knee length, and topping a minimalistic identically shaded and designed gray top. The ankle strap open toe sandals are in this combo as well.
Further we may also note the interesting combinations created with outerwear garments and pieces like pants and shorts, matched with cool accessories like cross-body small handbags. The glittery texture plays and the curious patterns of the quilted pieces mainly put as outerwear garments are also included in the list of the most impressive and chic looks. Comfy and warm, they also feature a pleasant array of shades, capable of pleasing any capricious lady. This stunning array includes pale blue, brown, creamy, and red tones all made with interesting textures and just as impressive shapes and elements not leaving the all-glittery looks from the range, either.
3D resembling textures and the more diversified shapes also tending to become rounded and extravagantly structured and at times even ethnic inspired also manage to catch our attention, coming with looks like the all-fluffy and fringed floor length dresses adorned with strapless designs, not speaking about the color interpretations including shade combos like red and black, and monochrome glittery textures made of blue. Further, we also note the shiny silver pieces and the creative forms of shoulders and hems mainly carrying graphical and structural solutions like squares and circles.
Still, the most dumbfounding and breathtaking are the weightless sky touching dresses made of all-fluffy multi-layered and ruffled textures and completed with the overall minimalistic touches expressed by means of the almost total absence of additional accessories and details. The floral patterns made of golden and silver tones, as well as the curious iridescent looks also have their loud say in the collection. The same can be said about the wonderful variety of looks put on the background of pure white and matched with design patterns resembling brocades sometimes.
Finally, the absolute killer of the Chanel Couture fall/winter 2014-2015 collection was kept for the end, and the gorgeous model presenting it came accompanied by Karl Lagerfeld who also went up on the stage for the final bow. So yes, Chanel is definitely not lagging behind in this flabbergasting range of looks and this brand new collection is the best proof of the constantly renovated and powerful resource of creativity and proficiency the brand never loses. So we are charmed and stunned again and again looking forward to the next hit by Chanel!
Photos courtesy of Vogue