Chanel staged a unique Spring/Summer runway show yesterday in Paris. The elaborate setting for this season's couture show saw the Grand Palais transformed into a 'private jet' - complete with emergency exits, numbered seating, floor lighting and even a drinks trolley.
Creative director Karl Lagerfeld has built a reputation for hosting lavish shows, but this is being hailed as perhaps his most original production.
|Where the airplane meets the runway|
|Isn't this the part where you put on your eyemask and try and get some shut eye?|
Karl emerges from the 'cockpit' at the end of the show to greet the crowd of 'passengers'
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However in terms of my all-time favourite runway concepts, I can’t go past Louis Vitton’s Spring 2012 show in Paris. As the show commenced, the curtain went down to unveil a giant white carousel with models delicately perched on white horses.
Too stunning for words… so here are the pictures.
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