Paris Fashion Week is in full swing. With a warm and pleasant background sound, Chanel spring/summer 2021 haute couture show is about to begin.
When weddings have never been easier! The epidemic has affected people's daily lives, inspiring Chanel Artistic Director Virginie Viard to create a spring/summer 2021 haute couture series dedicated to family celebrations or weddings, instead of usual large-scale catwalks, focus is on delivering high-quality products. Exquisite craftsmanship and a warm atmosphere series to order.
When music starts, models dressed as bridesmaids from Chanel Spring/Summer 2021 collection slowly descend spiral staircase of Grand Palais in Paris. A black-and-white video is presented, echoing production designer Virginie Viard The theme was set in nostalgic time of 1920s. In blink of an eye, models took to runway again. This time, film returned to usual bright colors, and details and decorations of clothes were clearly visible .
The most amazing thing was Prince Charming at final stage. The model was adorned with crystal inlays and phantom pearl butterfly embroidery by Lesage Embroidery Workshop and entered auditorium accompanied by Prince Charming. This scene is definitely dream of every scene girl.
Chanel's spring-summer 2021 haute couture series is result of a collaboration between her workshops and Chanel brand, including the Montex embroidery workshop, embellishing a long dress in pearl gray tulle as a base with lace embroidery; Lemarié workshop with camellia feather embellishment Black tweed dress embellished with organza frills, total of 32 sets of high-order cuts,
"Due to fact that we cannot hold a large-scale fashion show, we need to present it in other forms. At that time, I had idea that a small procession was walking along steps of Grand Palais to Paris and passed through flower arches like a family Celebration or wedding…” Artistic director Virginie Viard sets tone for Chanel’s spring/summer 2021 haute couture collection.