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.


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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.



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The models—including Cara and Kendall—looked like they were having fun. (Insert your own joke about hungry models here.)


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Even the crockery was embossed with the Chanel logo. Time to step up your game, ladies who lunch.


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[via Yahoo]