Review – Spring 2011 RTW – Chanel – Collections – Vogue

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French gardening boasts two opposing traditions—the bucolic and the formal—which met head on at the Grand Palais Tuesday morning. The country’s biggest Monet retrospective since 1980 just went up in Les Galeries nationales there, full of hazy, vegetal canvases that depict Giverny’s pond and its prettily overgrown gardens. Meanwhile, in Chanel’s fabulous show space at the site, Karl Lagerfeld built a set that paid homage to the strict seventeenth-century garden designer André Le Nôtre, who created the formal, clipped gardens at Versailles and the Tuileries.

via Review – Spring 2011 RTW – Chanel – Collections – Vogue.

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