Chanel Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2015 – Karl Largerfeld met all expectations at this years Haute Couture show, showcased this morning. The collection featured multi-coloured boulce and block-colour wool suits, alongside A line skirts teamed with long jackets. However Karl brought a new concept to the runway this year. Skirts which fell from the hips, appliqued with chiffon flowers, instantly creating a must have look in seconds.

The collection featured a pastel colour pallet including flirty pinks, lilac and lemon yellow to name a few. All looks this season were scattered with jewels , delicately of course. However my biggest surprise was the choice of accessories, Chanel managed to make beanies and socks desirable.

The show was positive and well lit but still maintained elegance, something Chanel Couture is renowned for.

My favorite look from the entire collection was the ‘Chanel bride’ wearing a tulle white headdress, topped off with an endless train embellished with a sea of flowers.


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Written by Roxanne Cawthorne

International Fashion Promotion student in Manchester. Who's hobbies are creative writing, blogging and reading. In her spare time she frequently reads fashion magazines and follows leading style blogs.

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