For his Chanel Fall 2009 collection, Karl Lagerfeld sent models down the runway in highly tailored, elegant pieces in black, white and some green.
While most of the Chanel Fall 2009 collection was comprised of the typical skirt, pant and top combinations, Lagerfeld surprised guests by sending three optical print catsuits down the runway. See these sexy, opulent pieces in the gallery.
Implications - Lagerfeld decided to call the Chanel Fall 2009 collection Belle Brummell, which refers to Beau Brummell who always looked absolutely impeccable back in the late 1700s and early 1800s. He also always wore a neck piece called a "cravet," which can be found in different styles on the Chanel models.
Surprising Sexy Pieces for Chanel Fall 2009
1. Optical Print Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Explore the use of bold, visually captivating prints on clothing to create unique and eye-catching fashion pieces.
2. Tailored Elegance - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop innovative techniques and technologies for achieving highly tailored and elegant clothing designs.
3. Opulent Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create luxurious and extravagant fashion pieces that exude a sense of opulence and luxury.
1. Fashion Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Integrate technology into the fashion design process to enhance garment construction and create unique, visually stunning designs.
2. Textile Manufacturing - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop new materials and production methods that enable the creation of intricate and visually striking patterns and prints on fabrics.
3. Luxury Goods - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporate innovative materials and design techniques into the production of high-end fashion products to create truly opulent and exclusive offerings.