Chanel Fall 2020 - Runway Review
March 3, 2020
Simplicity reigned supreme at Chanel, where Virginie Viard delivered a restrained approach for fall -- from the backdrop of tiered white steps to a relatively monochrome collection. Romanticism in the purest form, evoking French film director Claude Chabrol's 1968 film "The Does," models walked the runway in intimate groups to start the show. The simplest looks, often paired with retro black leather boots and the most subtle of handbags, spoke loudest: Kaia Gerber in a black silk bodice dress with dropped sleeves, not to mention studded jodhpurs worn open at the bottom in a bell curve (a nod to the late Karl Lagerfeld's personal ethos).
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