2007 October 3
Karl Lagerfeld - Paris Fashion Week Spring 2008
(PARIS) Against a rainbow of lights, Karl Lagerfeld presented his typical monochromatic color palette. There was a little signature Lagerfeld style in each piece: stand-up collars, crisp sleeves, and biker jackets. His A-line skirts paired well with elbow-length tops and belts, while short mini dresses were dressed down and paired with longer jackets. Sheer gauze adorned models in the form of see-through pants, as an embellishment to dresses and tops, and as stockings. The glitzy eveningwear sparkled with sequins and heavy spiked bangles and necklaces.
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