Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Chanel Fall 2011 RTW Paris




"The world is a dark place," acknowledged Karl Lagerfeld after the latest Chanel spectacle, which took place amid a fog-shrouded forest on a bed of still-smoldering scorched earth. There was some of the apocalyptic grandeur of German artists Caspar David Friedrich and Anselm Kiefer, and a bit more of the post-apocalyptic grit of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, but, as Lagerfeld himself noted, the models walked into and out of huge glowing squares of white light at each end of the catwalk. And isn't going into the light usually the way out of the dark place? At least it was in Poltergeist..."
-Tim Blanks


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2 comments:

Collections said...

Love the chanel collection.

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Jacqueline Nicole said...

Me too, never disappoints!!

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