For the pre-fall 2020 collection of their brand, Chanel under the direction of Virginie Viard, decided to come back to Paris. The Metiers d’Art for 2020 was showcased at the Grand Palais. The handiwork of the house’s atelier was displayed with utmost perfection and elegance. The show was Virginie Viard’s first ever Metiers d’Art, after the legendary Karl Lagerfeld’s death in February. There is a lot riding on her shoulders, but so far her leadership has made no positive change in terms of the brand. Her designs though, were extremely Chanel like. Take a look!
We all refer to the classic little black dress all the time. But do we really know how and why did it become so iconic? Style icons like Audrey Hepburn, Kate Moss and Lady Diana have always been popular for their great taste in dresses, more specifically their love for the little black dress. The dress was first popularized in the 1920s by the Vogue magazine. The design was simple and by none other than Coco Chanel. The dress was designed to be worn by any woman of any class. It was meant to unite women for having a great taste in fashion.