Karl Lagerfeld once again made history.
This time was different.
Cara Delevingne led the feminist revolution that Karl has ever so beautifully created. Wearing tweed jackets and vibrant florals it once again felt something of an a updated flashback and for that we adore.
We thought the Chanel supermarket was the epitome of runway experimentation and that no one could exceed it's magnificence, not even Karl. We were wrong.
These beautiful ensembles are classic Chanel, rich, sophisticated and a key component to that Parsian chic.
Anyone who knows me knows my support for Women's rights and freedom. Karl has combined together my two favourite subjects Politics and Fashion to create a powerful stance. A single gentleman walked the runway with a sign post saying 'He for She', in honour of Emma Watson's campaign.
Chanel makes the dreams of any fashion lover come true whether that's those who watch from a distance or those who walk the runway, like Kendall Jenner. Today Karl elaborated and progressed into a deeper topic, a global issue, that made the dreams of any women who fight the struggle for freedom come true, through the art recognition. The worlds eyes were on the Chanel catwalk. The Chanel catwalk protested.
This runway was constantly on my mind all day and no doubt it will be for years to come.
Valentino my darlings, was as flawless as ever.
What I adored most about this runway were the classic Valentino prints and gladiator sandals we found in the first part of the collection and the seasonal transition that occurred afterwards.
Following Chanel is a difficult task however Valentino has nothing to prove.
My favourite look within this Spring/Summer collection is look six, the flawless halter neck, white, cut out gown with exposed ankles, so elegant and flawless.
Paul & Joe
Effortless, laid back and perfect for a touristy, city Summer day. High waists and long sleeves never looked so good.
Edgy and ravishing. Leather, structure, gladiators and print.
This runway was a world away from the divine couture we see from Sarah Burton and this is why I am so in love with this designer.
Many designers who excel in couture and bespoke pieces find it difficult to deviate from their areas of expertise however this Alexander McQueen collection is just one example of the brands phenomenal presence across the fashion spectrum.
Fierce and feisty, these pieces are still gorgeously cut, tailored and magnificent they just stray and play with formality and it's presentation.
Which was your favourite runway darlings? I am still struggling to come to terms with Chanel I was that in love with the runway revolution.
See you on our last day of Pariee!