5 Looks We Loved At Chanel's Serpentine Summer Party 2019
A highlight of the British fashion season is without a doubt the Serpentine's annual Chanel Summer Party.
This year, the Serpentine pavilion was designed by Junya Ishigami, a Japanese artist celebrated for his experimental structures that interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena. His inspiration takes the form of roofs, the most common architectural feature used around the world.
The Summer Party celebrated Serpentine’s new roster of artists from the realms of visual art, architecture, design, music, fashion and film. Amidst the exhibitions and live performances, guests were sparkling in gorgeous ensembles. Check out the gallery for five looks we loved from the event.
Jonathan Cheung in a dusty pink Berluti suit and Prada shirt. Muted pink tones were a super chic touch to the spring cocktail dress code.
Camille Charriere & DJ Mimi Xu
Mimi wears the iconic Chanel tweed in the form of a coat dress with bold statement jewellery to balance the look
Arizona wears Violante Nessi suit in bold Fuschia pink from MyWardrobe HQ (a luxury fashion rental platform) and “I’m a sharer" T-shirt designed in a collaboration between Rotten Roach and MyWardrobe HQ.
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Susie keeps it simple in all black head to toe Chanel with a pop of red lipstick, accompanied by a Perspex Chanel bag with a trademark pearl handle.
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