Photos from Style.com
Ok, I am a bit late... Paris Couture Week was already two weeks ago!!!
But better too late than never, as the French would say.
This time, I particularly like the Chanel collection. It looked very simple, however with a closer look, we could distinguish all those beautiful details: sequins, embroidered flowers, delicate lace, feathers... and amazing paper-cut tiaras. All that in a unique palette of black&white. I found the collection very subtle, and full of charm, and the proof that Fashion doesn't have to be gloomy right now...
I also really liked the strong shoulder line, and also the contrast of neat, clean lines with the intricacy of the embellishments.
This collection has an air of delicate charm and romance while being very modern.
Apparently, it is a japanese hairdresser, Kamo, who realized these beautiful headpieces.
By the way, the last photo ( the bride) reminds me the roses of the Garden of Live Flowers in Through The Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll ( De l'autre cote du miroir)! Don't you think so?!