Chanel Haute Couture Fall Winter 2019 2020

Chanel’s creative director Virginie Viard has showcased her first solo haute couture collection for the luxury fashion brand since the death of Karl Lagerfeld.

On Tuesday, the French fashion designer debuted her latest collection inside Paris’ Grand Palais, opening its doors to a library-inspired catwalk.

Models sashayed among the setting’s circular set in skirt-sets which boasted balloon sleeves, two-tone bow-tie heels, feathered trains, and high-neck collars.

The spectacle came almost five months after Chanel confirmed the death of Lagerfeld, who passed away at the age of 85.

From the celebrity-filled front row (FROW) to the book-lined catwalk walls, here are the five most impressive moments from the Chanel autumn/winter 2019 haute couture show.

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