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In the fashion world, these are combined into two seasons as Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. Spring/Summer begins in January and ends in June whereas Fall/Winter picks up in July and runs through December. Seasonal clothing doesn't fall exactly into a fashion's calendar pattern. and all the fashion shows mostly happens in September.
SPRING / SUMMER
Actress Kristen Stewart fronts Chanel’s spring–summer 2020 ready-to-wear campaign, photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.
The collection, as shown in Lucire’s print editions, took place last September on a set that echoed the rooftops of Paris, and Mondino’s campaign photographs echo the theme.
Chanel creative director Virginie Viard has repurposed the tweed of the classic jacket as a dress with a flared skirt, a navy blue, red and white strapless playsuit, and a multicoloured checked playsuit. Also in the campaign is a pink taffeta jacket and pleated skirt, a silk organza sequinned jacket and chiffon top, crêpe de Chine shorts, and a black and ecru playsuit. Chanel also sees the return of the 11.12 bag covered in sequins or in tweed. Ankle straps are in block colour or two-tone grosgrain. Jewellery is heavily layered: necklaces, cuff bracelets, and brooches.
Chanel delivers backstage glamour for its fall-winter 2020 campaign. Black and white
portraits captured by creative duo Inez & Vinoodh, feature today’s top and rising stars of modeling. Shot during Chanel’s ready-to-wear show this March, it reminds us of a time before social distancing. A diverse cast includes Kaia Gerber, Adut Akech, Jill Kortleve, Fran Summers, Lineisy Montero, and Rianne van Rompaey. Advertisements also star models He Cong, Vittoria Ceretti, Abby Champion, Nike Praesto Nordstrom, Evelyn Nagy, and Vivienne Rohner. For autumn, designs include velvet jackets, tweed coats, pinstripe prints, and button-embellished separates. Chic yet simple, these images showcase pieces as well as models’ striking features.
The mighty house of Chanel is now a double-legacy brand that carries the DNA of both Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld, fashion giants who between them shaped the
way women wanted to look for a century and more. It is a giant ship to steer, and in her debut outing at the helm, Virginie Viard kept it on an even keel in tranquil waters—appropriately enough for a Cruise collection. Travel was very much on Viard’s mind, and the heft of the great Chanel machine was in evidence in the incredible evocation of a dining carriage in a pre-war train, and a Belle Epoque café (“Le Riviera”) that resembled Le Train Bleu at the Gare de Lyon perhaps, with potted palms and paintings set into elaborate boiserie and plasterwork panels suggesting the glamorous destinations the train might take you when it chugged out of the station (all of them settings for past Chanel collections).
All the collections were just mind blowing and super chic. Lets see what's new in the house this year and which trends will be carried from last year .