After what seems like a zillion years, fashion month has come to an end. Through the countless shows over the month, things sort of start to blur together, until Chanel at the very end. Over the past several years, Chanel has become known for their lavish themed shows set under the beautiful glass dome of the Grand Palais in Paris. Most of the time the themes have nothing to do with the clothes themselves, but it’s fun to look at. Here are the best and worst themes from over the years.
This most recent show took the most stressful place in the world (airports) and made it chic and beautiful. We really hope this is a business idea in the works.
Okay the detail was stunning or whatever, but I don’t want to see couture gowns in a theatre that looks like it should be putting on a second-rate production of RENT.
The models walked past a ton of original Chanel-inspired art, so we basically got two shows for the price of one. Not that any of us can afford this anyway.
This theme is generally overdone, but they really hit the nail in the coffin when they had Florence Welch (+ the Machine) perform in a humongous seashell. Please do less.
Not only did they recreate an entire grocery store, but every item on the shelves was Chanel branded. We have a feeling everything was organic.
Is it too much to ask that I don’t see $1000 blouses in a farm setting?
When Gisele Bundchen yells into a megaphone, you fucking listen.
It was pretty, but Louis Vuitton did it too.