Even when you imagine Chanel has nothing else to create, The Kaiser surprises again. The atmosphere was extremely noir, with points of sensibility .As described Alexandra Shulman, Vogue editor “The main thing was that it was very Mary Poppins-like – an extravagant governess, it was strict,”, something that was very explicit on peter pan collars midi skirts.
As always, plenty of tweeds and suits, but now Karl introduced broad shoulders and adjusted waist. Not to mention the great dresses in suit shape. Boots came to the knew, and as the hats, it was a point for the styling. Maison’s classic colours, black, white and marine, were there too, mixed with tones of shocking pink and beige.