The Chanel Fall 2012 runway looks are filled with colors found in nature. Drawing upon earth tones, water shades and natural metals, Chanel's autumn looks feature grassy textures, natural glam and rocky dimensions. The collection of neutrals makes up for its lack of color pop with fresh, wearable designs, and Chanel's ever-integrated classic tweed.
The revival of camouflage textures and colors takes on a modern edge under designer Karl Lagerfeld, who incorporates some sharp silhouettes. Parading down an icy-looking runway, these neutral camouflage designs are a subtle twist in keeping with Lagerfeld's Spring 2012 couture styles that reflected a similar affinity for nature.
Although not all of these clothes are completely wearable, they provide great inspiration for fans of earth-toned clothing.
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