Trend in 2011 in this spring has come and tred-colored dress fashion. in shape with a longer dress the model back and paired with a soft cloth and smooth.Shirttail hem, tapered hem, cutaway hem… whatever you wish to label it, the basic fact remains: skirts and dresses cut longer at the back are continuing to make their way into our trend bibles, and thus features as a major 2011 fashion trend. These hems fill the void between mini and midi; or between midi and maxi. They cover, yet they expose. And they’re a simple way to freshen up your spring 2011 wardrobe with a new type of cut.
A shirttail hem is traditionally cut shorter on the sides, with a longer ‘tail’ at the back. In 2011 the trend is more than just a shirttail hem, however: it’s any manner of dresses, skirts or tops that have a hem that’s shorter in front, longer in back.
Lagerfeld explained that his theme (Paris-Byzance) was inspired by the Empress Theodora and the culture of Byzantium. He compared the goddess to the young Coco Chanel, stating that “Theodora was a circus artist who became an empress, like Chanel, who was a little singer and became a fashion empress.” The theme was particularly referenced via Coco’s Byzantine-inspired Gripoix jewellery, which is still recognized even today.
Sported by some of the most current supermodels in the fashion world today (Such as Freja Beha Erichsen, Frida Gustavsson & Natasha Poly) were the re-invented Chanel classics such as the tweed jacket and double flap bag.
The show took place at the brand’s iconic Rue Cambon store in built by the late Coco Chanel. Lagerfeld transformed the couture salon into a luxurious showcase room filled with stained glass tables and rows of patterned pillows to seat the guests. The show was so exclusive and low-key (seating just 136 admirers) that one might assume the designer had simply invited over a few of his closest friends.