While most of us are dreaming of warm summer weather, the fashion industry is already prepping for this coming fall/winter; and let me tell you, as soon as you see what’s in store for fashion for the coming 2014 fall/winter season, you’ll be longing for the colder weather again.
One of those collections that will keep you dreaming all spring/summer is the Chanel F/W 2014 ready-to-wear collection. Karl Lagerfeld has hit the nail right on the head, with this collection, which we’ve loving dubbed; “Grocery Glam”.
From the bright colours and the cross trainers, to the classic Chanel tweed and super chic leggings, everything about this collection was perfection.
One thing that really stood out in this collection was Lagerfelds amazing use of bright neons and floral accents. It was a breath of fresh air to see a designer stray away from the typical dark and heavy feeling that is the fall/winter runway.
And while the outfits were amazing, can we also just take a minute to appreciate how absolutely gorgeous the runway’s grocery store set was. From Chanel pasta and coffee, to glitzed out Chanel chainsaw and shopping baskets, no detail was overlooked or spared in creating the perfect Chanel grocers. Shopping at your local grocers will never be the same again.
Now onto our must have looks from the collection.
Lagerfeld strayed away from the normal dark, drab colours that are typical for a Fall/Winter show, and instead embraced bright, bold colours.
Some of the models carried their accessories around in these super chic, glitzy shopping baskets
Bright, bold, fun prints are a perfect way to add some life into your typical dark, drab Fall/Winter wardrobe.
Totally loving the fabulous trainers that most of the models were sporting in the show.
Even though Lagerfeld stuck to mostly bright and fun hues, he did have some more typical Fall/Winter colours by adding a few black and grey pieces.
Did you love or hate the whole Grocery Store runway? What were your favourite looks from the collection? How do you feel about bright, bold prints and colours for fall? Leave your comments below and let us know!
Written by: Sara Hewko
*All photos are from Style.com and Graziadaily.co.uk*