Karl Lagerfeld just created a forest wonderland for Chanel's F/W '18 show at PFW
Here are some of the highlights...
Karl Lagerfeld's creations for Chanel are always (and we mean, always) exceptionally exquisite every single season and for Fall/Winter '18, the designer delivered yet another standout show during Paris Fashion Week earlier today.
Transforming the Grand Palais (the historic Parisian site whose upcoming renovations are being exclusively sponsored by the brand) into a picturesque forest, the stunning set-up truly embraced the autumnal season with leaf-covered floors and tall trees that perfectly lined the runway.
Models marched down the runway in the 80 piece-strong collection that featured signature classic tweed coats, traditional black lace gowns and a bundle of oversized scarves, puffer jackets and brightly-coloured gloves.
Sleek and sophisticated as usual, each look perfectly embodied Karl's creative vision for Fall as colourful statement pieces, printed graphics, intricate detailing, iconic maison codes, statement ensembles and mismatched accessories dominated the collection.
Sitting front row, A-listers including Lily Allen, Vanessa Paradis, Lara Stone and Keira Knightley witnessed the unveiling of the collection whilst models Luna Bijl, Grace Elizabeth and Kaia Gerber (who just landed a debut campaign for Chanel), were among the famous faces that walked down the forest-like runway.
Here are some of the ensembles that caught our eye...
Now, find out which Australian actress has just been named as Chanel's newest brand ambassador.