Thursday, 15 May 2014

Chanel Cruise 2015 Collection - Dubai.

Key Items: Tunics / Cardigan jacket / Billowy Harem pants / Swing coats /Slim pants / Tunic dresses / Trench coat
Color: Sand / White / Red / Black / Indigo / Tile blue / Green
Materials + Trim: Signature tweeds / Gold lamé / Sequins / Crepe / Patchwork tweeds / Silk chiffon /  Metallic embroideries
Print + Pattern: Keffiyeh patterns / Sickle moon motif / 11th and 12th century Arabic paving stones / Oversized checks / Sequined Dubai skyline
Accessories + Footwear: Aladdin’s slippers / Scarves / Leather handbags / Chanel cuffs / Strands of pearls / Minaudieres / Jerricans


This gasoline tank bag got everyone talking, many people took it seriously and felt offended. As middle east is known as the country of fuel but I found it hilarious , I mean come on! fashion is supposed to be FUN , and out of the BOX! It's creative, but I wouldn't think of buying it though!

With a guest list including Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz , and Princess Ameera Al Taweel of Saudi Arabia and many big names from the fashion industry , Karl Lagerfeld will welcomed the guests on a private island off the coast of Dubai, all in the name of Chanel's Cruise 2014/15 collection presentation.

The runway was designed to look like a series of Bedouin lounge areas, with some members of the front row sat on luxe ground-level cushions.
A collection that fused old and new, much like its location, models walked wearing interlocking 'C' and moon-shaped tiaras, traditional Arabic silhouettes of Jalabiyas and harem pants in sheer white voile with chic ruffles, and the brand's signature tweed patterns were infused with the UAE national flag colours of black, green, white and red – as well as glittering sand and sunshine tones. Karl also managed to blend the prints of the "شماغ " into tweed jackets.
I honestly liked the creativity but wouldn't wear most of the outfits , unless one piece was layered with something simple! Most people thought it was offensive, but I find this collection a bit creative and fun! Loved the make up and jewellery they wore though! 

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