Chanel fashion show presented its fall-winter 2022-2023 haute couture collection on July 5 at the Bois de Boulogne.
The Chanel haute couture fashion show took place on Tuesday in the Bois de Boulogne. In this new fall/winter 2022/2023 collection, Chanel has continued to explore the equestrian world with sand-stepping cowboy boots that set off suits and long evening dresses. The theme echoes the previous haute couture show in January, which Charlotte Casiraghi of the princely family of Monaco opened on horseback in a setting designed by the same artist, Xavier Veilhan. The CHANEL Fall-Winter 2022/23 Haute Couture collection by Virginie Viard comes alive in graphic silhouettes in precious tweeds and refined embellishments. Constructivist inspirations echo geometric shapes, through optical illusions imbued with lightness and resolute modernity.
Embroidery with geometric patterns
Suits consisting of a short jacket and a long skirt, double-breasted coats, dresses with pockets, tweed tops with rounded shoulders and BCBG T-bar shoes offer an elegant look and a retro brown. Round shoulders, square backs, embroidery with geometric patterns are reminiscent of the 1930s, while giving a nod to the 1970s. They resonate with the constructivism of a very “graphic” decor. A key word to which Karl Lagerfeld was particularly attached. As tradition dictates, the last passage is that of the bride, this time embodied by the top Jill Kortleve. She descends a series of steps in an immaculate strapless dress, her shoulders covered with a crochet shawl with floral embroidery and a matching bow.