Chanel enlists top model Adut Akech for their Fall/Winter 2018-19 Pre-Collection Campaign
Model Adut Akech stars in Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2018-19 Pre-Collection Campaign photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. The collection is a celebration of the label’s legacy and elegance.
For Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2018-19 Pre-Collection campaign the French Maison turned to the Sudanese-Australian model Adut Akech, who opened up the brand’s runway show earlier this year.
Akech is one of the season’s most sought after models ranking high on the Hot List.
The Pre-Collection by Karl Lagerfeld, pays homage to sobriety and timeless elegance with a monochrome theme that is highlighted by splashes of, blue and red. Chanel’s iconic tweed predominates from wide-collared jackets paired with long tube skirts to full length belted jackets worn over jersey dresses to oversized ecru jackets trimmed with red and blue juxtaposed with a knitted skirt.
Leather is featured in coats, skirts and trousers as well as to accentuate tweed jackets. Accessories include quilted leather boots with patent toe-caps, tweed handbags, wool hats and Chanel’s classic Camellia brooch in wool. Every item in the collection radiates with femininity and timelessness that have been masterfully captured by Lagerfeld in this beautiful advertising campaign. The pre-collection for the fall/winter season is available in Chanel stores.
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