The Pre-Fall collection evoked a Renaissance vibe that channeled the beauty and times of the tragic queen.Fair skin and flushed cheeks with sweeping red up dos, adorned with headpieces resembling modern day crown. 

This collection had attention to detail seen only in centuries past, leaving no aspect of the body undecorated. Ornate beading coupled with a spectrum of color, rich textures and lustrous fabrics completed the ensembles. 



Linlithgow Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland is not only the birth place of Mary Queen of Scots but also was the setting for Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel Métiers d’Art Paris-Edimbourg Pre-Fall 2013.


Each piece of the collection is truly a work of art and makes me wish for the crispness of fall and a chance to wear theses stunning pieces. 


Written by ARYN MAC — June 25, 2013

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