Models walk through the woods for Chanel
March 07 2018 02:21 AM
Models present creations for Chanel’s 2018/2019 fall/winter collection fashion show yesterday in Paris.


Chanel wrapped up its models in leaf-motifed prints yesterday, celebrating autumn as it recreated a misty forest inside Paris’s Grand Palais.
On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, the Chanel show featured some impractical attire for a winter’s hike, from golden boots to a little slip dress worn by 16-year-old model-of-the-moment Kaia Gerber.
But the storied French brand’s latest autumn/winter collection also included more cosy looks, from quilted trousers and fur ponchos to coats with feathered cuffs, and even a chic balaclava – a recurring item on catwalks from Milan to New York in recent weeks.
Chanel’s famed tweed suits made an appearance, some with longer, narrow skirts for the winter months.
And long coats with leafy patterns in combinations of blues and pinks, and others in green with hints of orange, were among the show stealers.
Guests including actress Keira Knightley and singer Lilly Allen crouched on benches cut from logs in the glass-domed Grand Palais exhibition hall, which was made to resemble a forest complete with musty smelling leaves and moss on the runway.
The privately-owned label is known for its over-the-top displays, which have included a mini-Eiffel tower, a set featuring cliffs and a waterfall, and a Chanel-branded rocket which lifted off from the catwalk.
Paris Fashion Week closes the season of style presentations that have whipped through New York, London and Milan.

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