Karl Lagerfeld’s haute couture was art of making impossibly difficult things seem easy. Chanel haute couture was flower ideas set in an artificial hothouse with mechanical plants which opened up and produced origami flowers before our very eyes.
“I thought of it six months ago, in a flash,” said Lagerfeld “There are 300 machines here under our feet, one to make each flower work.”
The Chanel runway was a bunch of young girls walking around in clothes you could believe they might choose themselves: cropped jackets and tops over low-slung tutus or pencil skirts. All were worn with the same low-heeled, ankle-hugging black boots—the key to the cool of it.
So if you are amazed with this, scroll down and check Chanel Spring 2015 Haute Couture.
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