When it comes to production value, one can always count on the creative team at CHANEL to blow the competition out of the water, and this season was no exception. Inviting ‘diners’ to The Brasserie Gabrielle, Karl Largerfeld and his team transformed The Grand Palais into a quintessential French bistro fit with coffee, croissants and champagne on tap.
As the sparkling lineup of models made their way through the brasserie, showcasing no less than 97 looks, guests were spoiled for choice by the menu à la Karl with diverse looks ranging from embellished bomber jackets to ceramic tile wrap-around skirts. After two RTW seasons of a more youthful spirit, Largerfeld used this showing to compose an ode to the classic CHANEL woman, reinventing tweed once again in an all-together lavish display of this power house at its finest.
Words / Natalie Roar