Paris Fashion Week: Chanel Channels 'Climate Change Chic'
Mar 11, 2010 11:06
Things were really heating up at Paris Fashion Week when Karl Lagerfeld finally debuted his latest ready-to-wear looks from the fall-winter 2010/11 collection:
Amid a monumental set of massive bergs - made out of hunks of real ice - Lagerfeld sent out models in fur-covered tweed skirt suits splashing in shaggy cavewomen boots through puddles of Arctic melt at today's fall-winter 2010/11 ready-to-wear show.
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If you thought the 90s was bad, then here's a trip down memory lane for fashion trends in the 2000s. They're equally bad! Of course, one could argue that the 90s was at its pinnacle of poor fashion trends, and the 2000s paved the way for the better. Still, we're glad these are gone now. Read more