Fashion month is finally drawing to a close, saving the always awe-inspiring Chanel show for the end. Here, the best moments you need to see.
The set was a forbidden forest, complete with barren branches and enough brown leaves to cover a football field.
The collection featured everything from sombre, jewel tones to hot pink and electric blue, but we were particularly partial to the sumptuous prints and layered jewelry as seen in this look.
Tweed knits cropped up in abundance—like this midi-dress—and were paired with metallic boots that'll surely be on the feet of every influencer come fall.
In fact, muted metallics were prominently featured throughout the collection, being shown in dark gold or bottle green hues.
Electric hues were definitely in play, with bright blue pieces—like this stunning pant suit—make a case for color come fall.
Styling tricks were in abundance, including the prevalent sweater-over-the-shoulders device and stacks of bracelets over gloves or sleeves.
Kaia Gerber modeled an LBD with eye-popping fuschia gloves, a printed oversize clutch and the collection's ubiquitous asymmetrical earrings. We're not mad at the top knots, either.
Anna Wintour was in attendance, in a tweed skirt suit, of course.
Caroline de Maigret opted to pair her tweed jacket with a Canadian tuxedo and air-dried waves.
Lara Stone brilliantly channeled Chanel's signature ladylike polish with an edge by teaming her grey mohair minidress with biker boots.
Liu Wen proves there is no better winter pairing than an oversize cable-knit sweater and wide-leg trousers.
Keira Knightley, long time Chanel ambassador, stepped out in a lilac tweed dress paired with mustard satin mary-jane heels.
Designer Marc Jacobs came to see the show and told Karl Lagerfeld it made his "entire trip to Paris worth it." See more of him gushing here.