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2017 - The Year Of Gabrielle Chanel, A Rebel At Heart

сряда, 1 октомври 2014 г.

CHANEL takes to the streets in sexy protests!

Chanel излезе на булевардите:
 Free Freedom!
Chanel поиска: Освободете свободата!
Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen и Georgia May Jagger
поведоха протестното шествие.
Париж, 30 септември 2014, 10:30 - Карл Лагерфелд поведе своите манекенки  сред които в авангард се забелязваха Жизел Бюндхен, Кара Делевин, Джордия Мей Джагър и Кендал Дженер на един невиждан и неимоверно секси протест по "“Boulevard Chanel” в Grand Palais с което отбеляза своеобразен пик на блогерската обсесия относно стрийт стайла .

Но какво е улицата и какво са булевардите на Париж без бунт и без протест?

"Правете мода, а не война" , "Освободете свободата" , "Туида е по-добър от туитер" и "Бъди своя собствен стилист", "
бяха основните искания, които моделите на Chanel издигнаха.
Жизел Бюндхен и Кара Делевин  бяха снабдени и с мегафони и крещяха:
"Какво искаме ние?", "Кога го искаме?", на което останалите манекенки отговаряха - "Свобода!", "Сега!".

На първи ред шоуто бе наблюдавано строго, но и с някои нюанси на умиление  
от самата Нея,

главната редакторка 
на 
 Vogue
или по - известна като дяволът, носещ понякога Prada, но много по - честo  Chanel
Анна Уинтър.
 Anna Wintour  носеше Chanel, каква ти тука Prada?


Anna Dello Russo по-розoва от всякога.

На първи ред бе и Анна Русо, но има ли въобще някой който се е съмнявал в това извечно присъствие? Тя бе цялата в Chanel и при това в най-най-розов Chanel от последната колекция, което вече почва да прилича на екстремизъм.

В интервюто след шоуто
Карл Лагерфелд изтъкна, че майка му е била феминистка, но той самият вярва в каузата за равенството.
Лагерфелд описа новата колекция като призив към жените да бъдат максимално креативни.
"Модата не е някаква задължителна линия, която трябва да бъде следвана."- обясни той и продължи - "Не бива никой да ви казва как да се обличате. Обличайте се както искате.
Създайте сами себе си."

PARIS, Sept 30 — “Make Fashion Not War!” “Feminism not masochism!” Paris street protests with sexy slogans made their way onto a luxury catwalk today in a striking Chanel show drawing inspiration from the challenges faced by women in the world today.
For his spring/summer 2015 show set inside the vast, domed Grand Palais, designer Karl Lagerfeld sent a cast of models waving placards and loudspeakers onto a Parisian street—complete with puddles, cracked tarmac and apartment facades with window boxes.
Australian “Great Gatsby” director Baz Luhrmann, French-American actress Julie Delpy and US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were front-row attendees at the show, on the penultimate day of the Paris ready-to-wear collections.
On the catwalk, too, Lagerfeld brought in big names, with Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen and Cara Delevingne all appearing in a collection dominated by bright, almost psychedelic, colours.
The slogans they carried blurred classic feminist and fashionista lines, urging viewers to “Be Your Own Stylist” and “Free Freedom”.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/chanel-models-take-to-the-streets-in-sexy-protest#sthash.K2nF2ac6.dpuf


Като потвърждение на искането "Освободете Свободата" колекцията на Chanel за следващата пролет и лято бе невероятно разнообразна и нарушаваща всички модни канони.
Повече от колекцията можете да видите като продължите след прекъсването:




















































 
pictures: Vogue and CHANEL




PARIS, Sept 30 — “Make Fashion Not War!” “Feminism not masochism!” Paris street protests with sexy slogans made their way onto a luxury catwalk today in a striking Chanel show drawing inspiration from the challenges faced by women in the world today.
For his spring/summer 2015 show set inside the vast, domed Grand Palais, designer Karl Lagerfeld sent a cast of models waving placards and loudspeakers onto a Parisian street—complete with puddles, cracked tarmac and apartment facades with window boxes.
Australian “Great Gatsby” director Baz Luhrmann, French-American actress Julie Delpy and US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were front-row attendees at the show, on the penultimate day of the Paris ready-to-wear collections.
On the catwalk, too, Lagerfeld brought in big names, with Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen and Cara Delevingne all appearing in a collection dominated by bright, almost psychedelic, colours.
The slogans they carried blurred classic feminist and fashionista lines, urging viewers to “Be Your Own Stylist” and “Free Freedom”.
Speaking afterwards, Lagerfeld said his mother had been a feminist but that he believed the cause of equality was currently moving backward not foward.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/chanel-models-take-to-the-streets-in-sexy-protest#sthash.K2nF2ac6.dpuf




PARIS, Sept 30 — “Make Fashion Not War!” “Feminism not masochism!” Paris street protests with sexy slogans made their way onto a luxury catwalk today in a striking Chanel show drawing inspiration from the challenges faced by women in the world today.
For his spring/summer 2015 show set inside the vast, domed Grand Palais, designer Karl Lagerfeld sent a cast of models waving placards and loudspeakers onto a Parisian street—complete with puddles, cracked tarmac and apartment facades with window boxes.
Australian “Great Gatsby” director Baz Luhrmann, French-American actress Julie Delpy and US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were front-row attendees at the show, on the penultimate day of the Paris ready-to-wear collections.
On the catwalk, too, Lagerfeld brought in big names, with Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen and Cara Delevingne all appearing in a collection dominated by bright, almost psychedelic, colours.
The slogans they carried blurred classic feminist and fashionista lines, urging viewers to “Be Your Own Stylist” and “Free Freedom”.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/chanel-models-take-to-the-streets-in-sexy-protest#sthash.K2nF2ac6.dpuf
PARIS, Sept 30 — “Make Fashion Not War!” “Feminism not masochism!” Paris street protests with sexy slogans made their way onto a luxury catwalk today in a striking Chanel show drawing inspiration from the challenges faced by women in the world today.
For his spring/summer 2015 show set inside the vast, domed Grand Palais, designer Karl Lagerfeld sent a cast of models waving placards and loudspeakers onto a Parisian street—complete with puddles, cracked tarmac and apartment facades with window boxes.
Australian “Great Gatsby” director Baz Luhrmann, French-American actress Julie Delpy and US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were front-row attendees at the show, on the penultimate day of the Paris ready-to-wear collections.
On the catwalk, too, Lagerfeld brought in big names, with Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen and Cara Delevingne all appearing in a collection dominated by bright, almost psychedelic, colours.
The slogans they carried blurred classic feminist and fashionista lines, urging viewers to “Be Your Own Stylist” and “Free Freedom”.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/chanel-models-take-to-the-streets-in-sexy-protest#sthash.K2nF2ac6.dpuf
PARIS, Sept 30 — “Make Fashion Not War!” “Feminism not masochism!” Paris street protests with sexy slogans made their way onto a luxury catwalk today in a striking Chanel show drawing inspiration from the challenges faced by women in the world today.
For his spring/summer 2015 show set inside the vast, domed Grand Palais, designer Karl Lagerfeld sent a cast of models waving placards and loudspeakers onto a Parisian street—complete with puddles, cracked tarmac and apartment facades with window boxes.
Australian “Great Gatsby” director Baz Luhrmann, French-American actress Julie Delpy and US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were front-row attendees at the show, on the penultimate day of the Paris ready-to-wear collections.
On the catwalk, too, Lagerfeld brought in big names, with Kendall Jenner, Gisele Bundchen and Cara Delevingne all appearing in a collection dominated by bright, almost psychedelic, colours.
The slogans they carried blurred classic feminist and fashionista lines, urging viewers to “Be Your Own Stylist” and “Free Freedom”.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/features/article/chanel-models-take-to-the-streets-in-sexy-protest#sthash.K2nF2ac6.dpuf

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