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The Grand Palais was transformed into a 1930s Art Deco hall of mirrors for the Chanel spring/summer 2017 haute couture show on January 24 in Paris. Referencing the grand staircase of the fashion house’s iconic salon, the set was spotted with beige sofas, surrounding a runway flanked by house ambassadors Vanessa Paradis, Anna Mouglalis, Caroline de Maigret, Alma Jodorowsky, G-Dragon, Shin Hye Park, Cécile Cassel, Lucy Boynton, Laura Smet, Céline Sallette, and Karidja Touré.
Models with slicked-back hair wore a collection full of tweed suits with waists draped in embroidered braids, tulip skirts, dress coats, and pencil skirts. There were Lavallière collars, golf pleats, and a shimmering palette of pink, blue, pastel, green, navy, and black. Taffeta, silk, and satin with florals, stones, sheathes, and stoles rounding out the evening looks of the collection. Lily-Rose Depp closed out the show in a flouncy wedding gown of layered pale pink organza.