Chanel's Spring-Summer 2010 Haute-Couture fashion show - Paris

It was the first time that Karl Lagerfeld didn't use black or navy, instead it was all about the white and silver at Chanel's S/S 10 couture show. Nor was there a gold button or chain to be found, but rather an interesting blend of futurism and romanticism. The iconic Chanel suit was given an overhaul, this time incorporating floaty Bermuda shorts. Lagerfeld called this collection "neon-baroque" with splashes of sherbet yellow, pink and green. There was also lots of embellishments to add the necessary wow-factor. The show concluded with the ritual Chanel bridal march this time played out by Baptise Giabiconi and Abbey Lee Kershaw.

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Chanel's Spring-Summer 2010 Haute-Couture fashion show - Paris


Chanel's Spring-Summer 2010 Haute-Couture fashion show - Paris


Chanel's Spring-Summer 2010 Haute-Couture fashion show - Paris


Chanel's Spring-Summer 2010 Haute-Couture fashion show - Paris