Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2010 Review

Lagerfeld’s spring couture collection was a sugar-spun dream. Each model looked like a little piece of cake in soft pastel tweeds and mega-bouffant topped with a frothy bow. It’s Mr Lagerfeld’s refusal to design vulgar outfits and his constant push for newness that always make his collections a delight.
There were pastel suits in requisite wool bouclé but this time he replaced a skirt with a short and used a stitching technique that almost made the seams and darts disappear.
Each of these looks were paired with silver tights and silver leather booties which dealt a hand to sixties space race and complimented the shape of the suits.
The eveningwear was mostly beautiful with some draped pieces which we don't often see at Chanel. Some dresses had shimmery stripes which failed to hit the mark.


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