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CHANEL S/S 2020: A VISION BY FRANK PERRIN

By Crash

For Spring/Summer 2020, Virginie Viard decided to take Chanel to new heights, way up above on the roofs of Paris where the whole city suddenly seems so small, like a miniature paper-mâché world. What is more whimsical than placing the roof under another roof? The Chanel show was an invitation to roam around the zinc surfaces, walkways, chimney pots and windows in light and airy silhouettes. The silhouettes made room for the legs to run free with colorful tweed playsuits, mini skirts and silk shorts. Viard declared she saw in these rooftops an air of Nouvelle Vague cinema and its 60s icons like Jean Seberg whose famous jean and t-shirt attire echoed in one of the looks passing down the runway. An effortless breath of style, feminine and strong.
Discover exclusive photos of the show by Frank Perrin.

All photos by Frank Perrin for Crash.

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