For the second time, Karl Lagerfeld has combined food and fashion for his Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week. Last year he turned the Grand Palais into a high end supermarket (“the pop art of today”), but this time his backdrop is that most Parisian of institutions: the café.
Lagerfeld admitted last year he doesn’t frequent supermarkets, but he seemed much more at home at “Brasserie Gabrielle,” complete with waiters, croissants, and models showing off his fall/winter ready-to-wear collection.
The models—including Cara and Kendall—looked like they were having fun. (Insert your own joke about hungry models here.)
Even the crockery was embossed with the Chanel logo. Time to step up your game, ladies who lunch.