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Chanel Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art
If you haven’t heard about Chanel’s extravagant Métiers d’Art show or the new face of the brand, we feel sad for you and must get you up to date. Before the scoop on the Twilight star that snagged the endorsement deal, let’s recap on Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection. The show took place in an unexpected destination: Dallas, Texas. Although many fashionistas were shocked at the choice of destination (because let’s be honest, when we think Chanel, Dallas doesn’t really come to mind), the brand’s President of Fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, explained that the city has more to do with the label than we may think. They knew what they were doing because the show was spectacular, and from the fashion pieces, we can see why Chanel’s Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld chose the city.
(Photo by Vogue)
Looking over the whole collection, there are a lot of nostalgic elements at play, most of which get inspiration from cowboy and Native American heritage. A lot of pieces from the collection bring back memories from previous Chanel collections. 
It’s genius how Chanel’s famed 1920’s jersey fabric was used, and how it was laminated on the outside to present a look of shiny leather.
(Photo by Vogue)
It seems like Chanel made use of virtually every fabric and texture known to man, but still managed to keep the collection coherent and within a central theme. 
The chiffon skirt with the coloured detail at the bottom, matched with that incredibly detailed blouse is mind blowing; it’s also actually easy to see the blouse being matched with a pair of nice dark denim skinny jeans or leather pants. That stunning red and silver sequin dress can send chills down spectator’s spines. Plus, imagine how heads will nod in approval as you walk out in a cold winter’s day or night with that blanket pattern knit stole. Check out the rest of the catwalk photos, they are amazzzing!  
The collection also includes a beige Chanel suit, reminiscent of the iconic Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, because as Karl said himself;  “Chanel, in her heyday in the twenties, was the queen of beige—before she made her little black dress.” Karl seems to be going back in time to explore the brand’s heritage, from unearthing classic Chanel looks, to his short film “The Return” which reflects on Coco Chanel’s comeback in the 1950’s.
To make the occasion more special, Anna Wintour presented our dearest Karl Lagerfeld with the Neiman Marcus Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Fashion. This is the same award which Coco Chanel herself came down to Dallas to receive in 1957, presented to her by Stanley Marcus. So as for choosing Dallas, maybe Karl knew he would be getting the award and wanted to make it historical. Congratulations Karl! You deserve it.
Also at the show were A-list celebrities including Alexa Chung, Lily Collins, Dakota Fanning, and Geraldine Chaplin. And oh yes, Kristen Stewart was present (yes, she’s Chanel’s Twilight connection, and new face for the Métiers d’Art collection!).
(Photo by Chanel)
Looks like Kristen Stewart is breaking into the fashion world quite well. The 23 year old actress who apparently hates fancy dresses and heels has officially been made the new face of Chanel, including its Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art Collection which will be released in May 2014. As usual, Karl Lagerfeld himself will shoot the campaign. 
K. Stew’s style is casual and simple, and she stuck with it for the show in Dallas. She looked good in a gray crop top, high waisted apricot pants and a charcoal sweater tied around her waist, all from Chanel’s spring/summer 2014 collection.
Season after season, K. Stew has been present in just about every Chanel show and event, always in the front row, so she must have a genuine love for the brand. Besides working with Chanel, Kristen has also done work with Balenciaga, and if the trend continues, it looks like the world will be seeing a lot more of her in fashion in the coming years. Snaps for K.Stew!
This fashion post stylishly crafted for you by:Ebosie O.Contributing Writer at Wantering@Ebosiee
It’s fun discover Chanel creations! Easily find fashion pieces you’ll love using Wantering’s fashion search engine!

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Chanel Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art

If you haven’t heard about Chanel’s extravagant Métiers d’Art show or the new face of the brand, we feel sad for you and must get you up to date. Before the scoop on the Twilight star that snagged the endorsement deal, let’s recap on Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection. The show took place in an unexpected destination: Dallas, Texas. Although many fashionistas were shocked at the choice of destination (because let’s be honest, when we think Chanel, Dallas doesn’t really come to mind), the brand’s President of Fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, explained that the city has more to do with the label than we may think. They knew what they were doing because the show was spectacular, and from the fashion pieces, we can see why Chanel’s Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld chose the city.

(Photo by Vogue)

Looking over the whole collection, there are a lot of nostalgic elements at play, most of which get inspiration from cowboy and Native American heritage. A lot of pieces from the collection bring back memories from previous Chanel collections.

It’s genius how Chanel’s famed 1920’s jersey fabric was used, and how it was laminated on the outside to present a look of shiny leather.

(Photo by Vogue)

It seems like Chanel made use of virtually every fabric and texture known to man, but still managed to keep the collection coherent and within a central theme.

The chiffon skirt with the coloured detail at the bottom, matched with that incredibly detailed blouse is mind blowing; it’s also actually easy to see the blouse being matched with a pair of nice dark denim skinny jeans or leather pants. That stunning red and silver sequin dress can send chills down spectator’s spines. Plus, imagine how heads will nod in approval as you walk out in a cold winter’s day or night with that blanket pattern knit stole. Check out the rest of the catwalk photos, they are amazzzing!  

The collection also includes a beige Chanel suit, reminiscent of the iconic Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, because as Karl said himself;  “Chanel, in her heyday in the twenties, was the queen of beige—before she made her little black dress.” Karl seems to be going back in time to explore the brand’s heritage, from unearthing classic Chanel looks, to his short film “The Return” which reflects on Coco Chanel’s comeback in the 1950’s.

To make the occasion more special, Anna Wintour presented our dearest Karl Lagerfeld with the Neiman Marcus Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Fashion. This is the same award which Coco Chanel herself came down to Dallas to receive in 1957, presented to her by Stanley Marcus. So as for choosing Dallas, maybe Karl knew he would be getting the award and wanted to make it historical. Congratulations Karl! You deserve it.

Also at the show were A-list celebrities including Alexa Chung, Lily Collins, Dakota Fanning, and Geraldine Chaplin. And oh yes, Kristen Stewart was present (yes, she’s Chanel’s Twilight connection, and new face for the Métiers d’Art collection!).


(Photo by Chanel)

Looks like Kristen Stewart is breaking into the fashion world quite well. The 23 year old actress who apparently hates fancy dresses and heels has officially been made the new face of Chanel, including its Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art Collection which will be released in May 2014. As usual, Karl Lagerfeld himself will shoot the campaign.

K. Stew’s style is casual and simple, and she stuck with it for the show in Dallas. She looked good in a gray crop top, high waisted apricot pants and a charcoal sweater tied around her waist, all from Chanel’s spring/summer 2014 collection.

Season after season, K. Stew has been present in just about every Chanel show and event, always in the front row, so she must have a genuine love for the brand. Besides working with Chanel, Kristen has also done work with Balenciaga, and if the trend continues, it looks like the world will be seeing a lot more of her in fashion in the coming years. Snaps for K.Stew!

This fashion post stylishly crafted for you by:
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Chanel Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art
If you haven’t heard about Chanel’s extravagant Métiers d’Art show or the new face of the brand, we feel sad for you and must get you up to date. Before the scoop on the Twilight star that snagged the endorsement deal, let’s recap on Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection. The show took place in an unexpected destination: Dallas, Texas. Although many fashionistas were shocked at the choice of destination (because let’s be honest, when we think Chanel, Dallas doesn’t really come to mind), the brand’s President of Fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, explained that the city has more to do with the label than we may think. They knew what they were doing because the show was spectacular, and from the fashion pieces, we can see why Chanel’s Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld chose the city.
(Photo by Vogue)
Looking over the whole collection, there are a lot of nostalgic elements at play, most of which get inspiration from cowboy and Native American heritage. A lot of pieces from the collection bring back memories from previous Chanel collections. 
It’s genius how Chanel’s famed 1920’s jersey fabric was used, and how it was laminated on the outside to present a look of shiny leather.
(Photo by Vogue)
It seems like Chanel made use of virtually every fabric and texture known to man, but still managed to keep the collection coherent and within a central theme. 
The chiffon skirt with the coloured detail at the bottom, matched with that incredibly detailed blouse is mind blowing; it’s also actually easy to see the blouse being matched with a pair of nice dark denim skinny jeans or leather pants. That stunning red and silver sequin dress can send chills down spectator’s spines. Plus, imagine how heads will nod in approval as you walk out in a cold winter’s day or night with that blanket pattern knit stole. Check out the rest of the catwalk photos, they are amazzzing!  
The collection also includes a beige Chanel suit, reminiscent of the iconic Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, because as Karl said himself;  “Chanel, in her heyday in the twenties, was the queen of beige—before she made her little black dress.” Karl seems to be going back in time to explore the brand’s heritage, from unearthing classic Chanel looks, to his short film “The Return” which reflects on Coco Chanel’s comeback in the 1950’s.
To make the occasion more special, Anna Wintour presented our dearest Karl Lagerfeld with the Neiman Marcus Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Fashion. This is the same award which Coco Chanel herself came down to Dallas to receive in 1957, presented to her by Stanley Marcus. So as for choosing Dallas, maybe Karl knew he would be getting the award and wanted to make it historical. Congratulations Karl! You deserve it.
Also at the show were A-list celebrities including Alexa Chung, Lily Collins, Dakota Fanning, and Geraldine Chaplin. And oh yes, Kristen Stewart was present (yes, she’s Chanel’s Twilight connection, and new face for the Métiers d’Art collection!).
(Photo by Chanel)
Looks like Kristen Stewart is breaking into the fashion world quite well. The 23 year old actress who apparently hates fancy dresses and heels has officially been made the new face of Chanel, including its Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art Collection which will be released in May 2014. As usual, Karl Lagerfeld himself will shoot the campaign. 
K. Stew’s style is casual and simple, and she stuck with it for the show in Dallas. She looked good in a gray crop top, high waisted apricot pants and a charcoal sweater tied around her waist, all from Chanel’s spring/summer 2014 collection.
Season after season, K. Stew has been present in just about every Chanel show and event, always in the front row, so she must have a genuine love for the brand. Besides working with Chanel, Kristen has also done work with Balenciaga, and if the trend continues, it looks like the world will be seeing a lot more of her in fashion in the coming years. Snaps for K.Stew!
This fashion post stylishly crafted for you by:Ebosie O.Contributing Writer at Wantering@Ebosiee
It’s fun discover Chanel creations! Easily find fashion pieces you’ll love using Wantering’s fashion search engine!

wantering-blog:

Chanel Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art

If you haven’t heard about Chanel’s extravagant Métiers d’Art show or the new face of the brand, we feel sad for you and must get you up to date. Before the scoop on the Twilight star that snagged the endorsement deal, let’s recap on Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection. The show took place in an unexpected destination: Dallas, Texas. Although many fashionistas were shocked at the choice of destination (because let’s be honest, when we think Chanel, Dallas doesn’t really come to mind), the brand’s President of Fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, explained that the city has more to do with the label than we may think. They knew what they were doing because the show was spectacular, and from the fashion pieces, we can see why Chanel’s Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld chose the city.

(Photo by Vogue)

Looking over the whole collection, there are a lot of nostalgic elements at play, most of which get inspiration from cowboy and Native American heritage. A lot of pieces from the collection bring back memories from previous Chanel collections.

It’s genius how Chanel’s famed 1920’s jersey fabric was used, and how it was laminated on the outside to present a look of shiny leather.

(Photo by Vogue)

It seems like Chanel made use of virtually every fabric and texture known to man, but still managed to keep the collection coherent and within a central theme.

The chiffon skirt with the coloured detail at the bottom, matched with that incredibly detailed blouse is mind blowing; it’s also actually easy to see the blouse being matched with a pair of nice dark denim skinny jeans or leather pants. That stunning red and silver sequin dress can send chills down spectator’s spines. Plus, imagine how heads will nod in approval as you walk out in a cold winter’s day or night with that blanket pattern knit stole. Check out the rest of the catwalk photos, they are amazzzing!  

The collection also includes a beige Chanel suit, reminiscent of the iconic Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, because as Karl said himself;  “Chanel, in her heyday in the twenties, was the queen of beige—before she made her little black dress.” Karl seems to be going back in time to explore the brand’s heritage, from unearthing classic Chanel looks, to his short film “The Return” which reflects on Coco Chanel’s comeback in the 1950’s.

To make the occasion more special, Anna Wintour presented our dearest Karl Lagerfeld with the Neiman Marcus Award for Distinguished Service in the Field of Fashion. This is the same award which Coco Chanel herself came down to Dallas to receive in 1957, presented to her by Stanley Marcus. So as for choosing Dallas, maybe Karl knew he would be getting the award and wanted to make it historical. Congratulations Karl! You deserve it.

Also at the show were A-list celebrities including Alexa Chung, Lily Collins, Dakota Fanning, and Geraldine Chaplin. And oh yes, Kristen Stewart was present (yes, she’s Chanel’s Twilight connection, and new face for the Métiers d’Art collection!).


(Photo by Chanel)

Looks like Kristen Stewart is breaking into the fashion world quite well. The 23 year old actress who apparently hates fancy dresses and heels has officially been made the new face of Chanel, including its Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art Collection which will be released in May 2014. As usual, Karl Lagerfeld himself will shoot the campaign.

K. Stew’s style is casual and simple, and she stuck with it for the show in Dallas. She looked good in a gray crop top, high waisted apricot pants and a charcoal sweater tied around her waist, all from Chanel’s spring/summer 2014 collection.

Season after season, K. Stew has been present in just about every Chanel show and event, always in the front row, so she must have a genuine love for the brand. Besides working with Chanel, Kristen has also done work with Balenciaga, and if the trend continues, it looks like the world will be seeing a lot more of her in fashion in the coming years. Snaps for K.Stew!

This fashion post stylishly crafted for you by:
Ebosie O.
Contributing Writer at Wantering
@Ebosiee

It’s fun discover Chanel creations! Easily find fashion pieces you’ll love using Wantering’s fashion search engine!
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