For Chanel’s Fall Winter 2018 show, Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Grand Palais into a forest, with moss-covered trees and fallen leaves, housed under a towering archway of clear glass and steel. Within this decor, the black-and-white palette is warmed up by an array of reds, russets, moss and pine green, brown and foliage prints.
The collection’s main focus was on coats and suits. Models paraded through piles of leaves in an astounding total of 80 fall-ready looks that varied from Chanel’s classic tweed to fur coats, black lace gowns and oversized scarves. Standing out against the dark and moody fall backdrop were the colorful lineup of fingerless gloves. See the full collection below.