Chanel Fall/Winter 2014 Haute Couture–Paying homage to Le Corbusier, an influential architect from the 20th century, Chanel’s fall-winter 2014 haute couture show was a fusion of “more is more” luxury and understated demureness. This season, creative director Karl Lagerfeld focused on shape and structure with silhouettes nipped at the waist and full, A-line skirts As always, the Chanel woman likes her embellishments. Lace, tweed, beadwork, crystal embroideries all decorate the ensembles. Heavily so in some sections, while others like the finale were more minimalist and clean with all white looks save for decorated hemlines and tops.
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