Metiers d'Art de Chanel: we review the most striking looks of the guests

Last night, one of Chanel's most exciting parades was held in Hamburg. The French maison stepped on Karl Lagerfeld's homeland with the classic "Metiers d'Art", or what is being the advance pre-fall of next season.

In a scene full of elegance, the live music of the Elba Philharmonic was joined with a host of familiar and important faces in the world of fashion. As you can imagine among all those looks we saw a lot outfit of Chanel and hairstyles where the hairs reigned with exceptions.

Since the actress Kristen Stewart the hair is cut one of his favorite hairstyles has been the pointed and glued heel, and go if he has taken advantage.

Tilda Swinton It does not fail with its androgynous image and that hairstyle with volume and shaved on the sides.

Long mane

The mane of Phoebe Tonkin It is the most demanded style of the season, the ideal length to not give up any pickup.

Lily Rose Depp He also opted for loose hair and broken waves.

Medium stripe and hair behind the ears was Lena Meyer's option.

Bob mane

Bob hairs were the most prominent among the guests, such as Rinko Kikuchi, very smooth, straight and with bangs.

Hanna Binke He also chose the same style and managed to be great.

Casual roll was the bet of the French actress Marine Vacth with very soft waves and revolts.

Lisa Tomaschewsky It was one of those who played the mistake playing with his mane that looked like a bob but was actually hiding under the jacket, but the effect is what counts.


While the big winners were the mane, some guests opted for the collected as Lisa Vicari he picked up his brown hair in a low bun and effortless.

On the other hand Oda Jaune He opted for a simple high ponytail.

The actress Nana Ou Yang He also did not choose a too elaborate pickup, he only stood out for the golden headband.

The hats

At this point say that the caps are the accessory more cool At the moment it is not discovering any novelty. In the Chanel parade there was also a guest who could not resist.

The editor Anne Meyer Minnemann He opted for the more classic option, flat and braided cap on the visor.

While Luise Befort He opted for the same trend but a much larger and more puffed cap that covers practically the entire head and is ideal for collecting all the hair.