by FP Staff Oct, 05 2016 IST
Chanel made fun of how much technology was part of people’s lives by producing a fashion show at Paris’ Grand Palais dedicated to wires, cables, and black data boxes. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
The collection was designed by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel's ready-to-wear Spring/Summer collection. Lily-Rose Depp poses in one of the outfits. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Chanel, which is privately owned, traditionally organises some of the most striking shows during Paris Fashion Week. Seen here, Karl Lagerfeld. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Models walking alongside rows of computer hardware wore classic Chanel tweed suits and jackets completed with metallic ballerina shoes. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Model Sheila Sim poses during a photocall before the Spring/Summer 2017 women's ready-to-wear collection for fashion house Chanel. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
Actress Marie-Ange Casta poses during a photocall before the Spring/Summer 2017 women's ready-to-wear collection for fashion house Chanel. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
The sign at the start of the fashion show said “Chanel data center." REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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