Just one of those iconic brands that impossibly but very possibly never ceases to fail. It is an ultimate love affair, that never cheats. A most inspiring friend, never disspapointing.
Every being associated, regardless of 'faux' level, becomes somehow completely uplifted. Just like that.
And with every counterfeit maker so closely following Chanel's every move, nothing, simply nothing, can take away from this Parisian ornament of historic, contemporary, forward and yet classic artistry.
"Simplicity does not mean poverty" - Queen Coco
Chanel's shows, as part of all these 'weeks', have always been highlights in one's fashion related life. There's a genuine consideration in that word, 'show' - which of course holds significant weight in display of attire. Example favorites have always been at Miami's Raleigh hotel. Something about the aqua catwalk... always a joy to mine eye.
Back to the original topic at hand, Dubai, and the Emirati arrival of Chanel's touring exhibition celebrating the "Little Black Jacket".
A little history:
The pictures, the moments:
The evening's vogue: In spirit of location, by the Middle East's
Saira Mehar, Rozan Ahmed & Sonal Vara-Vara Gross
"A happier looking Kanye"
"The story of my long life" by Yoko Ono
"Courtesy of Shahi"
"Courtesy of Karl"
"Hello Mr. London..."
"Those alien features... out of this world... kind of perfect"
"Saudi shimmer, accessory glow..."
"Landscape jackets, amogst little black ones"
"Courtesy of Chanel"
"Ending on Ora..."
The exhibition remains on display at The Venue in downtown Dubai until 11 May 2013. Enjoy.