For the Chanel Metiers d’Art show Karl Lagerfeld returned back to his hometown. Hamburg, a major shipping port, was the inspiration behind the show. The clothes evoked ‘60s beatniks, countercultural girls in sweater dresses, smartly dressed officers in uniform and naval ratings in sailor pants.
Tom Ford’s collection revolved around broad shoulder jackets in unique fabrics, backless jumpsuits, jersey column dresses and crystallized T-shirts which successfully captured the 90s allure.
Embroideries decorated cashmere lilac and mimosa sweaters that were paired with patchwork kilts and beautiful outerwear. For the Pre-fall collection the designer counterbalanced the thick consistency of tweeds and wools by adding satins and laces in pastel hues.
A whirlwind of romantic dresses, floral prints and billowy chiffons. The Pre-Fall collection had a strong ‘70s vibe which was reinforced by the red and burgundy hues as well as the leopard motif inspired jackets that were paired with white bell pants.