Ready-to-wear, winter 2020: Paris celebrates diversity
Fashion is always one season ahead, defined by its link to the disruptions that push our society forward. For its winter 2020 ready-to-wear collections, Chanel sends both slim and voluptuous models down the catwalk; black and white women dressed as musketeers. Balmain rethinks the very concept of the bourgeoisie, while Nigerian designer Kenneth Ize joins his South African colleague Thebe Magugu in turning to his roots for inspiration. Last but not least, Japanese designers Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto
Catwalk invader crashes Chanel show
A woman jumped on stage to join models at the Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday in Paris's Grand Palais.
Lagerfeld's successor Viard reveals fresh take on Chanel's classics
Chanel's new creative chief Virginie Viard delivered her first solo collection for the storied French label on Friday, following in the deep footsteps of Karl Lagerfeld with a show that drew inspiration from old-fashioned rail travel.
German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld dies age 85
Chanel's leading designer for 30 years, Karl Lagerfeld was a brand in his own right with an unmistakable look and outrageous comments. The German-born designer has died at the age of 85.
Chanel's "Parisienne" takes a stroll under the Eiffel Tower
Karl Lagerfeld presented a very Parisian haute couture collection for Chanel on Tuesday in that most Parisian of settings - the foot of the Eiffel Tower.