The Chanel Spring/Summer 2013 line was presented at this year's Paris Fashion Week. Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld shocked viewers much as he has in the past with his display of imagination, always reworking past and present motifs with his forward thinking vision for the label.
While the classic Chanel tweed suit is present in the Spring/Summer 2013 collection, it has yet again been reinvented here by way of multiple layers. The tiers are further complimented by an assortment of tights, some of which are metallic and others clad in clusters of see-through flowers. The sheer oddity of the pieces is furthered by the heels that are attached to the bottom of the tights. It is in this way that the pieces appear to continue along the leg.
The Chanel Spring/Summer 2013 Collection is Tiered
1. Layered Fashion - Opportunity for designers to explore unconventional layering techniques in clothing, creating unique and visually striking looks.
2. Reinvented Classics - Chance for fashion labels to revamp traditional styles by incorporating innovative design elements and materials into their collections.
3. Mixed Textures - Potential for fashion brands to experiment with combining different textures and fabrics to create visually interesting and tactile garments.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can leverage the trend of layered fashion to introduce innovative clothing designs and capture consumer interest.
2. Textiles - Opportunity for textile manufacturers to develop new materials and fabrics that can be used for creating layered fashion garments.
3. Footwear - Chance for footwear brands to collaborate with fashion designers and create shoes that are seamlessly integrated with clothing pieces, enhancing the overall aesthetic.