Front Row at Chanel Spring/Summer 2014 collection

Front Row at Chanel Spring/Summer 2014 collection


A few hours ago Paris Fashion Week ended with one of the most important and high-profile shows the one of Chanel who presented its spring/summer 2014 collection next. One of the halls of the exhibition center Grand Palais was turned into an art galerry by the creative director of the brand ,Karl Lagerfeld,with dozens of art objects by contemporary artists inspired by the aesthetics of the legendary house Chanel.

In the first row of fashion show that featured Cara Delevingne and Miranda Kerr were :Anna Wintour, Miroslava Duma, Vanessa Paradis, Lou Doillon, and many others. At the end of the show designer Karl Lagerfeld came out to loud applause greeted the guests, smiling and sending kisses to all.

Chanel: Runway - Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014

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No Sweat: Embellished Sweatshirt DIY

No Sweat: Embellished Sweatshirt DIY

GNG Sequin Embellished sweatshirt DIYEmbellished sweatshirts are one of the hottest trends this Fall.  In the past, I have been a big supporter of fancy sweats  (here, here and to complete the look… here) and obviously I’m happy that this trend is sticking around. There are about a zillion ways to glam up a boring old sweatshirt so let this serve as your warning… there will more than likely be more embellished sweatshirt DIY projects to come! In the meantime, sequins and sweats…

GNG Sequin Embellished sweatshirt DIY  MATERIALSMATERIALS: Sweatshirt (available here from Old Navy), Sequin Fabric, Fabric Glue and Scissors

GNG Sequin Embellished sweatshirt DIY  PATTERNTIP: If you’re a DIY perfectionist, it might be helpful to use a piece of paper to create a patter of the area you wish to cover

GNG Sequin Embellished sweatshirt DIY  GLUEApply fabric glue to the area of your sweatshirt you wish to cover with fabric

GNG Sequin Embellished sweatshirt DIY  PLACEFirmly place your fabric over your glue making sure your fabric lays flat

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