Karl Lagerfeld outdid his faux supermarket with a full-on feminist march inside the Grand Palais.
Oct 01, 2014 12:11am
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Karl Lagerfeld doesn’t do things by halves. For his last Chanel Fashion Week show, he made a whole fashion-forward supermarket to display his wares in. And this time? He built an entire indoor Boulevard Chanel inside the Grand Palais, complete with a feminist protest lead by Cara Delevingne. (Obvs.)
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Is it ironic that the man who called Adele "a little too fat" is walking in a feminist march? Probably. But we can't deny he put on a hell of a show.
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Cara led the likes of Gisele, Kendall Jenner, Georgia May Jagger and Joan Smalls down the runway A.K.A 'Boulevard Chanel No.5'.
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The signs held messages like ‘History is her story’, ‘Be your own stylist’, ‘Tweed is better than tweet’ and ‘Women’s rights are more than alright’. The march also referenced Emma Watson’s HeForShe UN campaign with one male model strutting down the catwalk carrying a ‘He For She’ sign.
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Here's Georgia May Jagger giving us a close up of that Chanel quilted megaphone (and her stunning face).
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Pre-protest, Kendall Jenner showed us what she's made of in this piano-inspired dress.
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Karl once said: "Kate Middleton has a nice silhouette and she is the right girl for that boy. I like that kind of woman, I like romantic beauties. On the other hand, her sister struggles. I don't like the sister's face. She should only show her back." But it's okay, he's a feminist now!
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And he did give everyone a reason to get their smartphones out.
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Given this is coming from the man who once said "Everything I say is a joke. I myself am a joke," we're not sure how to feel.
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But Kendall and Cara were so wrapped up in it all, they decided to steal their placards. Touché.