Fall order: Chanel's bucolic tribute to a walk in the forest

From chestnut and russet to burnt umber, the A/W18 catwalks were laden with shades signalling the end of summer. But it was Karl Lagerfeld who opted for an all-out ode to autumn, erecting a woodland-inspired set at Chanel, lined with oak trees and rustling with fiery foliage. We are branching out with the Parisian maison’s forest-motif ready-to-wear, which sees the spindly veins and blades of leaves printed onto capes, skirts and outerwear. Whimsical wardrobe options for whatever your neck of the woods.

As originally featured in the October 2018 issue of Wallpaper* (W*235)


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