Chanel in Paris: Lagerfeld revisits Coco

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If the set represented a meeting of fashion minds, so did the clothes. The models wore flattened boater hats – much loved by Coco herself – with strings of pearls in cartoonish dimensions. The flat boots with tweed suits were the sort in which a Duchess might feed the chickens of her country estate, while the tweed iPad covers were more akin to an international airport lounge. Emoji-printed shoppers – complete with peace V signs, cat faces and flowers – were a typical move from the designer to get cash tills ringing. The fingerless, quilted leather gloves said Lagerfeld, while the giant trapeze trench coats said Coco in her Scottish estate.

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