Pre Fall-Winter 2013 Chanel Men ‘Metiers d'Art’ a Tribute to the Work of French Artisans
Since 2002 the house Chanel has been paying tribute to the work of French craftsmen through collections entitled "Metiers d'Art". Collections that seek to perpetuate the luxury of Desrues Bisutero workshops, the magnificence of the Maison Lesage, Shoemaker Massaro details and Lemarié plumajero charm.
This in particular held in honor of the city of Edinburgh (as it did in the previous, Mumbai, Tokyo or New York) and as such, you can guess what the predominant elements that compose it looks. Seaceptan bets.
The backdrop of the ruins of the presentation held in Linlithgow Palace, “a castle of 1424 with a lot of history in its walls”. As it was originally a royal palace of the Stuarts and the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, Karl Lagerfeld presented their proposals that unsurprisingly, the point, the skin, tweed and tartan have dominated each and every one of the looks that have been displayed on the catwalk.
With a vintage feel and a patchwork job of the finest delicacy, has managed to display a set of pieces of a museum own a gateway. And we love, we appreciate that.
The kilts (skirts typical of Scotland) no shortage, decorated with gauze, jewels, in version century XXI, complemented with layers of luxury.
Argyle Cardigans, thick tweet jackets equipped with belt, maxi shorts and jeans made in tartan...
... as well as long scarves in which tartan could not miss, singular Scottish caps (the famous Glengarry Bonnet) and broad cuffs of tweed jackets and suits.
Chanel Pre Fall 2013-2014 Making of Video
Definitely a collection that paid tribute to fashion in the best possible way and with a charm and a touch so special that only the French House of Chanel could be developed.