Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign

For the newest Chanel resort 2014 campaign, creative director Karl Lagerfeld decided to bring in some comebacks of classic retro vibes, which are put with noticeably minimalistic and manly silhouettes, presented by super models Ashleigh Good, Nadja Bender, and Dalianah Arekion. In the images, we can see the girls wearing some black and white uniform-inspired pieces, some cropped tops, and spectacularly cut dresses, and what is especially surprising – a moustache! This is probably the most curious solution that Lagerfeld could opt for.

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign
So here we can find some extraordinarily eye-catching images, which will not be forgotten that easily. Primarily, they start with some all-black or all-black with white lapels featuring looks, which are generally put within classy dress and jacket options, adorned with some pearls and attractive cut-and-binds. The typical straight and loose pants and interestingly designed shoes with extraordinary shapes of heels are what make this image complete.
Further, we can also see some all-white alternatives, presented with a floor length dress, which has a peculiar and bald split, and another totally white variant including a sheer and cute jacket for the top. The floral motives come next, used for jackets and a curious tie, which comes combined with a duo of tank-shaped top and cropped loose pants. The handbags chosen for this combo are also very eye-catching and unique.

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign
Following these come the bra-inspired tops, again gifted with the black and white plays, and combined with white options for bottoms, along with quilted compact handbags. The super minimalistic vibes are presented with the help of the white elongated shirts with cuffed sleeves, which are put in a solo with only the matching stripy handbags on, in the images of the Chanel resort 2014 campaign. Finally, these looks are followed by the uniform themes, designed as shirt-and-tie pieces, which are topped by sweatshirts and finished up with previously occurring heels and super creative shin guard-resembling details on.
Thus, Chanel demonstrates a totally new angle of viewing its ideology with this line, presenting the ways according to which it mixes the creative, the classic, the retro, and the chic together, putting forth thoroughly second-to-none and noteworthy collection, which we know to be as Chanel resort 2014.

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign

Chanel Resort 2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Chanel

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