Lily Allen for Chanel: Coco Cocoon

Recognizable pain, singer Lily Allen poses for the latest Chanel campaign. The interpretation you of “It’s Not Me, It’s You” has indeed t selected by Karl Lagerfeld to launch new line of bags “Coco Cocoon”. If miss Allen has very little do with the little cheeky English version of its d goals, is not as long as it becomes convincing in the r the g series of a claw of luxury…

What did do to the p tillante young woman d bordering energy who had known ter send the plan you with its sheath girly street d and his peppy texts? Since Karl Lagerfeld has his evolved on the singer d jet (with ambition to turn it into a perfect little soldier Chanel), we can’t find the Lily Allen who we had s charm.

The last stage of this metamorphosis m comes from is mast financing in the form of the clich s of the Coco Cocoon (taken by the Kaiser himself) campaign, o you can see Lily Allen play the stars of the 60’s. Thousand leagues of youth and the natural which the character rise, she there appears e guis d, appr t, endimanch… Wanting to inspired by the film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, Karl manages just conf rer its g series look like a monkey learned sophisticated, very far from the chic gance l of Audrey Hepburn.

Not to mention the mod the of this famous collection of accessories Cocoon which, in wanting to be comfortable, sporty and luxurious, cumulative mati res techniques, flashy logos and volumes oversize doing thinking about the types of products that can be found in the duty free. Whether because of their format (mini or xxl) or their “jacket” aspect, these New Chanel bags bring so nothing new under the Sun of the “it” bags…

In addition, as Artistic Director of Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld is not without knowing that the claw was already released in 2006 – in collaboration with Moncler – the Spy, who was then able to exploit the “nylon rembourr” concept. In other words, if Lagerfeld wanted to create the event with its Cocoon, he would have to do better… which is unfortunately not the case here.

O the idea of trying to create the buzz with Lily Allen, focusing the attention on it and not on the products (which lack also finesse). It’s just a shame that the clich s be as little aesthetic ticks…

Only explanation this campaign en lant the cartoon: she would take in the third me degr, elegant Lily Allen surjouant the l love of a new type of bag, more sporty than the 2.55. Go figure…

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