10 fashion and beauty tips to steal from the chanel haute couture show.
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photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: Knee pads and elbow pads can be cool, especially if they match your totally awesome rainbow fanny pack. The dream of the ’90s is alive with Chanel, and we are 100-percent supportive.
photo by getty imagesBEAUTY TIP: Give glittery eyeliner a rest and break out the crystals instead. Every model’s bottom lash line was rimmed with a double line of rhinestones, which--let’s be real--is the ultimate way to stand out at a party. Nobody forgets the girl with the gemstone eyeliner.
photo by getty imagesBEAUTY TIP: Go brown! Normally Charlotte Free is a pink haired pixie, but she walked the runway for Chanel with beautiful chocolate brown hair. Could going back to your roots be the new going neon?
photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: Oil slick black feather embellishment is the new maribou trim. It’s a little goth, but can be girly in the form of a cocktail dress or hair accessory.
photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: Sneakers go with everything. Sure, it’s a lesson we’ve known for a long time, but we’re still grateful for the reminder from Chanel that nothing beats a great pair of kicks.
photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: Layer bodysuits under crop tops for a DIY way to take on the silhouette of the Chanel show. Nearly every look had a midriff-covering built in to the cropped top and low slung skirt silhouette, which you can easily recreate at home with a black bodysuit and your fave matchy-matchy separates.
photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: It’s time to bust out the fancy pajamas. Silk sets have been around for a while, but if there’s anything that will make wearing your jammies in public seem even more OK, it’s rhinestones.
photo by getty imagesBEAUTY TIP: The sideways mohawk is the new mohawk. Part-headband, part-lioness, part-halo, it pretty much covers all your hairstyle basics and is easy enough to try at home with some bobby pins and really good hairspray.
photo by getty imagesMUSIC TIP: It’s time to tune in to Sebastian Tellier. The French musician has had lots of success in Europe, but only ever attained a cult following in the USA. After listening to his Soundcloud for 30 minutes, we can guarantee you’ll fall in love with his music.
photo by getty imagesFASHION TIP: Holographic fabric is really here to stay, so make sure to make some closet space for some new shiny pieces you’re going to need.