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A Woman Pretended to be a Model on the Chanel Catwalk

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2 October 2019

A Woman Pretended to be a Model on the Chanel Catwalk

Usually, Chanel makes headlines at Paris Fashion Week thanks to its spectacular sets and stellar front row, but today there was another reason the French house’s show had tongues wagging.

During the finale of its spring/summer 2020 extravaganza – the set for which was created to look like the rooftops of Paris – a woman dressed in a houndstooth suit ran out of the audience, jumped on the catwalk and joined the line of models as they completed a last circuit of the set.

Chanel’s First Show After Karl Lagerfeld’s Death Was An Emotional Tribute To The Fashion Giant

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6 March 2019

Chanel’s First Show After Karl Lagerfeld’s Death

The godfather of fashion, Karl Lagerfeld, passed away last month age 85. His lasting legacy will be at the helm of French fashion house Chanel, and showing his final collection was always going to be an emotional event.

So, on the last day of Paris Fashion Week, Chanel put on a moving tribute to Lagerfeld. Here’s everything you need to know about the show…

Beach Chic: Chanel Transforms The Runway Into A Beach

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3 October 2018

Chanel Beach Runway, SS19 Paris Fashion Week

The Grand Palais in Paris was decked out with sand, sea and blue skies for Chanel’s Spring Summer 2018 showcase for Paris Fashion Week.

Although it was a chilly autumn day on the streets of Paris, Chanel took their front row straight to the summer of '19 with a catwalk resembling a beach. There were wooden docks, waves, lifeguards and even former Baywatch actor Pamela Anderson sat on the front row.

A Giant Replica Of The Eiffel Tower Was Created For The Chanel Fall 2017 Couture Show

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6 July 2017

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Chanel Fall 2017 Couture Show

When a Chanel fashion show takes place, expect no less than a spellbinding spectacle.

After the much talked about sci-fi themed Chanel fashion show last season, the giant fashion house decided to be more grounded and pay homage to their home base - Paris. And they did this by creating a giant replica of the city's most iconic trademark, the Eiffel Tower.