CHANEL Paris-Bombay Métiers d’Art 2011/12 – Details of the collection
Music: “Fuji Descent” by High Wolf
Details of the collection – CHANEL Paris-Bombay Métiers d’Art 2011/12
The show of Chanel for Pre-Fall 2012 was one of themost exquisite expositions of fashion influenced by the Indian culture.Sparkling jewels, intricate embroideries, beautiful headpieces and piercing,Hindu inspired make-up and hair composed into the curled dreadlocks or loosestraight were extremely essential factors in forming fusion of fashion and artwith European and Indian roots together with Chanel clothing.
The silhouettes merged the signatureof Chanel with the opulence of Indiantradition in the refined palette of colors including metallic shades of ivoryand delicate pink as well as darker tones of brown and black. The sophisticateddetailing on the apparels was a jaw-dropping experience revealing craftsmanshipwith the meticulous beading, shoes by Massaro, button and jewellery work byDesrues, elaborate embroidery by Lesage, pearl dripped tweeds, metalworkdesigned by Goossens and Guillet’s velvet, silk and lace creations.