The event — moved up a day due to a national strike — took place at the Grand Palais.
For its 2020 collection, Chanel returned its Métiers D'Art show — which showcases and celebrates the handiwork of the house's ateliers — to Paris, after traveling internationally the past two years (to Karl Lagerfeld's native Hamburg in 2017, and to the Met's Temple of Dendur in New York in 2018). This is the first designed by Virginie Viard, having taken over the house after Lagerfeld's passing in February.
The event was originally scheduled for Dec. 5, but was moved up a day because of a national strike on Thursday. Chanel returned to the Grand Palais, its favorite venue in its home base.
See every look from the collection in the gallery below.
View the 71 images of this gallery on the original article