27 July 2016

Chanel Scrapbook

The Chanel fake-pearl necklace is given a place of honored in the new ad-visuals for the 2016 ready-to-wear winter collection produced by Karl Lagerfeld. A play of scales, collage, cut-ups and illustration; in the images the extremely long rows are transformed into chains that wrap around the girls. On another, the disproportionately sized pearls form a huge curtain.

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