>> No rolls in the hay today — Karl Lagerfeld, much like Giorgio Armani, was enthralled with glistening white gowns today at Chanel Spring 2010 couture. Perhaps more of a surprise: his fixation on pastel tweed culotte suits.
Guests — including a pregnant Claudia Schiffer, who arrived late and said that she only briefly plans to take a break from work to give birth — reclined on silver sofas while models glided by with Daphne Guinness-streaked Minnie Mouse hair, symbolizing Lagerfeld's "neon baroque"
<product target="_blank" href="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/paris-haute-couture-week/7078756/Paris-Haute-Couture-Chanel-springsummer-2010-collection.html">theme</product>. The pastel collection represented a break from the usual black and white color scheme — Lagerfeld looked at working without black as "a challenge," he
<product target="_blank" href="http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/S2010CTR-CHANEL">said</product>. "I saw it in a dream and I made the sketches . . . [thanks to] an electronic flash in my head at five o'clock one morning. Silver and pastel. It's the first time in my whole career I've done a collection without black or navy. There's not one gold button." Abbey Lee Kershaw and Baptiste Giabiconi had finale honors as bride and groom — the latter in a silver foil suit.