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| Coco Chanel Igor Stravinsky is an affair to forget Coco Chanel Igor Stravinsky (R) (120 min.) Although unrelated to 2009 s Coco Before Chanel, Jan Kounan s biopic conveniently picks up practically where that better realized film ended, with the fashion icon recovering from the death of her lover. Coco (Anna Mouglalis) doesn t know he s dead when she casts an imperious gaze upon her next paramour, Russian avant garde composer Igor Stravinsky (Mads Mikkelsen). They haven t yet met when her passion ignites; she s in the audience when Igor s discordant Rite of Spring debuts at the Ballets Russes in 1913, ignoring the booing and insults of a shocked bourgeoisie. Coco recognizes a kindred, misunderstood spirit. Since Igor is married with two children, this won t be a flattering affair for either artist. Coco welcomes the Stravinsky family Moncler Mens Down Jackets No Hat Zip Gray to live at her estate, purportedly to give him space to compose more music. Igor s wife Katarina (Elena Morozova) senses something more between her husband and her host, which Coco doesn Moncler Kids Multiple Logo With Hood Zip Purple Boys Jackets t deny. Suspicions are proven true, and confessions ring hollow since Coco and Igor don t bother to conceal their passion. Kounan is hampered by the fact that Coco and Igor s story ended with the whimper of a husband returning from waywardness. There s an awkward climactic flash forward to the lovers in old age, still apparently missing each other, that provides for a lame finish to the film. Before that, Kounan stages several captivating scenes the Ballets Russes sequence takes up an entire reel, and is worth it while Mouglalis and Mikkelsen exude erotic arrogance. Coco Chanel Igor Stravinsky is an elegant scandal almost Moncler France Outlet devoid of true passion, no matter how many times the nude lovers artfully mingle. Aside from Coco choosing among dozens of numbered designer perfumes No. 5 will do, thank you there isn t a sense of her fashion spirit, as in Coco Before Chanel. Kounan simply designs a sexy knockoff for the back racks of biopics. B (BayWalk 20 in St. Petersburg, Cinebistro 6 in Tampa and Centro Ybor 20 in Ybor City)
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Chanel makes a show of baroque opulence in Versailles cruise show VERSAILLES, France As some of the world s most glamorous women prepare for the Cannes Film Festival later this week, Karl Lagerfeld has shown again that he s a step ahead of the game on the Riviera s red carpet. The celebrated designer rolled out a baroque tinged cruise collection on Monday at the seat of French opulence, Versailles Palace, with film stars and other celebrities such as actress Tilda Swinton and singer Vanessa Paradis in appearance. "The palace is the perfect place for Chanel, you couldn t imagine anything better," said Paradis, who watched as models filed by with ruffled eighteenth century tulle sleeves. Eclectic gold platform Moncler Gilet Women sneakers were among the touches that broke up the historic feel, making this one of the funkiest Chanel shows in some time. Cruise or resort collections mid season show, shown by only a handful of the world s fashion power houses were created conceived to target wealthy women who travelled on cruise ships in winter. Nowadays, they re used as a lucrative means of re stimulating fashions in the mid season lull, in an industry that s increasingly buoyant and bucking the global financial downturn. Model of the moment Cara Delavigne opened the show in a velvety, pale blue denim dress, with a crisp A line skirt. But the rest of show felt more like Chanel s answer to a Baroque history lesson. Fashion Moncler Nantes Hooded Down Coat Long Gold Beauty spots, bottom heavy skirts, and floral chokers infused spectators with a feeling of Marie Antoinette s heyday. Baroque tinged wigs and ruffled, courtly hair bows in silk, Moncler Down Men Jacket Berriat No Hat Zip Deep Green meanwhile, added a splash of androgyny. It s well known that Karl Lagerfeld is a workaholic, but in this show he seemed to have studied every reference under the sun. One outfit dizzied: a white, double breasted skirt suit, with embroidered gold roses and a stiff shawl collar mixed with a short tennis skirt and glam rock platforms. The width of the skirt and shoulders matched identically, in extravagant visual unity. Added to the mix were silver chokers with roses, a look that recalled 18th century trendsetter Madame de Pompadour, as captured by painter Jean Honore Fragonard. Another look twinned a black, fitted sequined zipper jacket, with a raw edged, silk bustle skirt which hung like petals in soft pastels of pale pink, blue and yellow.