Chanel’s new creative director Virginie Viard unveils her vision for spring-summer 2020. Presented during Paris Fashion Week at Grand Palais, the house’s codes remain at the forefront for the first main season collection since Karl Lagerfeld’s passing. Models walk on a rooftop scene inspired by French films of the 1950s and 1960s. There are tweed jackets, checkered prints, the signature camellia flower and statement jewelry. A color palette spotlights shades of navy blue, deep red and pastel pink paired with black and white. Bold metallics add some playfulness as well as a series of color-blocked logo prints in oversized text. For evening wear, dresses with puffed sleeves go sheer with floral embellishments. Full skirts, sequins and ruffles bring even more volume to the designs.
Chanel Spring/Summer 2020 Collection