Transporting its audience from The City of Light, Chanel set its spring-summer 2018 fashion show in a lush jungle.
The planked runway at the Grand Palais hugged vibrant, green trees and cascading waterfalls.
Whether you disregard TLC’s advice about Waterfalls or opt to “stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to,” Chanel’s transparent accessories can help keep you dry. The French fashion house presented clear knee-high boots with the brand’s signature capped toe look, wide-brimmed bucket hats, gloves and cropped shawls.
There was also plenty of Chanel’s hallmark tweed fabric on skirts and jackets for this stroll through nature, as well as ripped denim because why not?
Kaia Gerber, who shared on Instagram that she opened the show, modeled some of the rainy-day accessories paired with an ab-baring, tweed ensemble.
“Karl, there are no words to describe how special this was to me,” Cindy Crawford’s daughter wrote.
The 16-year-old has been a staple this Fashion Month. She made her New York Fashion Week debut in September and walked during Milan and London Fashion Weeks.