There was plenty to look at Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture show in Paris this week — even once you got past Kaia Gerber’s buzzed-about appearance and the stunning garden party setting, complete with rose trellises and an oversized fountain.
The looks that came down the runway were resplendent with dramatic feathers, luxe sheer tulle, and glamorous heavy beading that are sure to turn up on red carpets sometime soon.
But all of those things are par for the course at a designer couture presentation in the City of Lights, where nothing is understated and everything makes a fashionable statement.That’s why the biggest statement of all wasn’t glittering embellishments or fancy fabrics, but the pockets that adorned nearly every ensemble.
Pocket full of fashion! Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture collection was shown in Paris on Tuesday
Setting the trends: More than half of the models walked down the runway with hands inside pockets
Classic: Naturally, pockets adorned the many iterations of the classic Chanel suit — as they always have
Glitz and glam!But they were also on glitzier, túi xách nữ thời trang more formal numbers, which don’t usually have pockets
Frockin’ those pockets! Plenty of eveningwear shown at the show had pockets stitched in
Showing them off: The models made sure the pockets were noticeable by walking with their hands partially tucked inside
Everywhere: Even this satin and feathered number had places to put keys and cash
Suits, jumpsuits, coats, and — most notably — dresses and gowns all featured a pair of pockets on the front.
Designed by Karl Lagerfeld, the collection included 68 separate looks, and models walked with hands resting inside pockets in at least half of them.
Even several of the ensembles end of the show, which is typically reserved for the more glamorous eveningwear looks, had pockets.
Model Julia Pelc kept her hands in place in the pockets of a floral lace number, Femke Huijzer tucked hers into the pockets of a sequined tea-length dress, and Kiki Willems’s gloved hands hid away in pockets of her uber-beaded floor-length number.
Meanwhile, dresses at haute couture shows for Elie Saab, Givenchy, and Giambattista Valli didn’t have pockets, and it’s unusual to see them in women’s ready-to-wear collections too.
Something special: The pocked-packed collection was quite unique for a fashion show, particular a haute couture one
Ladylike: Often, pockets in high fashion are only found in pants
Genius: However, designer Karl Lagerfeld put them into nearly every design
Bummer: Historically, pockets haven’t been a big part of women’s fashion for centuries
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