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Tilda Swinton attends Karl Lagerfeld fashion show

Tilda Swinton attends Karl Lagerfeld fashion show

Vanessa Paradis attended Karl Lagerfeld’s Cruise 2012-2013 Chanel fashion show on Monay, May 14. The event was held at Versailles. That means Karl was able to rent Versailles because he’s rich enough to do it. Good for him. Having a fashion show at Versailles it’s just perfection.

But back to Vanessa. You all know that she’s our most recent obsession and we give you everything we have about her. In this case, it’s not about her relationship with Johnny Depp, but about her fashion style. Stunning. Though she seemed tired during the event, 39-year-old Vanessa was dressed up just perfect. In Chanel because she is Karl’s most dearest muse. Un melange with geometrical forms and flowers with tones of blue and grey. Wonderful for her tiny waist and figure. Her hair looked a little bit tired as well, but this woman has something that makes you find her attractive no matter how tired she looks. It’s just like Sarah Jessica Parker’s fashion style. The more you look at her, the more you love her.

Comme par hasard, we’ve seen ‘Noce Blanche’ the other day. It stars Vanessa at a very young age. If you don;t know her, you might say she’s shy. But, back in 1989, when the movie was made, she appeared nude several times in the movie.

If you like her just as much as we do, you can also see ‘The Heartbreacker’. It’s new and has little of Vanessa talent (it’s just an usual romantic comedy), but it;s perfect for a Sunday evening.

Tilda Swinton also attended the event. It turns out that she’s a close Friend of Karl. But she’s not going to wear the designer’s girly, frilly, with lots of lace and tiered ruffles and beading and spangles dresses. Though, he called his collection “serious frivolity”, it’s not Tila’s type.

Adele / Karl Lagerfeld

Adele / Karl Lagerfeld

The problem with Karl Lagerfeld is that no matter what he says you better take it as a compliment. Next time it will get worse. continue reading