Chanel - Women's Spring/Summer 2020 collection in Paris (with interviews)
Artistic director: virginie viardlocation: under the atrium of the grand palais, the girls parade on the rooftops of paris. collection: the chanel spirit revisited with new energy and youth.an effortless, urban and easy-to-wear wardrobe for all occasions of the day.the silhouette is short with tweed short shorts, jackets and miniskirts. a colour palette dominates with light grey shades and touches of pink. a series of suits made in the iconic material of the brand of rue cambon are followed by loose small skirts and long, stylised, colourful outfits printed with buildings or the chanel logo all over.fluid chiffon outfits are decorated with frills for the evening.focus on: different versions of playsuits, metallic textures and ranges of checks. to note: nude makeup, models with long natural hair, small hats with raised brims, bags with the chanel logo, rhinestone sandals and flat pumps. with interviews: bruno pavlovsky:it’s a collection that is the image of virginie, very young, full of energy. it especially highlights her exceptional knowledge of the brand. thirty years with karl, a perfect understanding of mademoiselle chanel’s contribution and in addition, her own inspiration. hubert barrère:you know that with virginie, everything is simple and obvious. i think that’s maybe the message of this collection. simpler, less fuss, one fabric that we can texturize, make lighter, more flexible, maybe even a bit more shiny , like the zinc roofs of paris, and like the light of paris that simply makes everyone dream. ace tee:i feel really nice actually because i loved the stuff that was going on on the catwalk, especially the long dresses, it gave me like an elegant, smart and edgy look.soo joo park:this collection felt very parisian, but airy, elegant and easy and i loved that the girls just walked on top of the mansard roof and it just looked effortless. music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).