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CHANEL CRUISE 2020 – A VISION BY FRANK PERRIN

By Frank Perrin

In the beginning of May was the first Chanel show without Karl Lagerlfed, the man who lifted the house and made it what it represents today for over thirty-five years. The cruise show was thus carried on by Virginie Viard, who imagined a Parisian Beaux-Arts-style train station setting, complete with platforms and the La Riviera café. An invitation to a made-up journey to a sunny and joyous destination… a perfect backdrop for a resort collection. 

Silhouettes were boyish and reminiscent of the Belle Epoque with the first looks comprising of puffed pants with matching corset tops and blazers on a crisp white high-collar shirt. Then came the trench coats and long striped cardigan dresses that hugged bodies ever so elegantly. Bows were everywhere and in every shape from the collar to the waist-line and leggings with various prints (including Chanel logos) made a come back. Nods to the train station aesthetic were seen in the clock prints and 1920s travel-wear. Here is a series of photos by Frank Perrin, who captured the show in action!

 

All photos by Frank Perrin.

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