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Karl Lagerfeld of Chanel house offered something for everyone with his Fall/Winter 2013 collection in Paris two weeks ago with a celebrity line up in the front row, including Jessica Chastain, Milla Jovovich, and Frank Ocean. With the message of catering to the geographical needs and tastes, the brand demonstrated how to be a global brand. From black leather boots with silver chains, the chain necklaces, to denim jeans with tweed flowers, leather leggings, the pleated mini skirts, skirts splitting down the center and worn with shorts, to classic Chanel tweed ensembles, to conservative long and lean graphic print dresses, to more haute couture sweaters embellished with colorful feathers or black and white coats decorated with fabric flowers. Other notable elements were shining in the woven pieces, glittering tweeds, high cut on the thigh at the front, dipping to mid-calf at the back, and leggings that start at the thigh and ends at the ankle.

“It’s romantic. I loved the coats. It’s early 20th-century Coco, but he’s made it uber-modern.” – Milla Jovovich

Photo: Valerio Mezzanotti and Peter Stigter.

Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov is a creative director and lead photographer of Zorz Studios, Manhattan-based boutique photography studio, offering arousing and daring fashion, commercial, beauty, and wedding photography. Multiple Fearless Photographer™ award winner, named among the top 50 US wedding photographers, top 10 NY wedding photographers, winner of Adobe contests, featured by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle et al, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographer, and a distinguished member of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style‘s Platinum List, he is eager to step out of his and willing clients' comfort zone to pursue original artwork with a lasting impression.

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