Chanel brand ambassador (not to mention, fashion's new favorite darling) Lily-Rose Depp got a first-class ticket to the house's airport-themed extravaganza Tuesday. For the spring 2016 show, Karl Lagerfeld transformed Paris's Grand Palais into another one of his famously elaborate sets (previous ones have included a bistro and a supermarket) and staged the chicest terminal ever—complete with Chanel Airlines check-in counters, a baggage drop-off kiosks, and tweed-clad stewardesses. Who knew flying could be so stylish?
Depp took in the show from her front-row perch in a kaleidoscopic strapless top tucked into a pair of high-waist jeans that she accessorized with a red choker and printed platform sandals. She sat next to mom Vanessa Paradis and graphic designer Jean-Paul Goude.
Chanel muse Cara Delevingne and Hudson Kroenig (dressed as a pilot) also came along for the ride. For his bow, Lagerfeld picked them up from the front row to take a final lap around the concourse.
From cool close-up detail shots (light-up sandals, airplane badges, quilted luggage totes) to atmospheric snaps, scroll down for a deeper look inside the Chanel show.