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Chanel's Latest Runway Theme is Airplanes

Chanel's cruise show from 2008
Chanel's cruise show from 2008
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Chanel is known for its extravagantly-themed runway shows, like the casino replica its latest couture show was presented in, and the brand has set its sights on the skies for tomorrow's spring/summer 2016 show. Designer Karl Lagerfeld will once again use an aviation theme to present his latest offering, titled "Chanel Airlines."

Lagerfeld has turned to the airline theme several times in his career before. The first was for Chanel's 2008 cruise show, which took place at an airplane hangar in Santa Monica and had models emerge from jets emblazoned with the Chanel logo. The second was set at the label's spring/Summer 2012 couture show, which Chanel presented inside the replica of an airplane and featured models walking down a makeshift aisle while spectators looked on from window and aisle seats.

The label made the announcement on Instagram using a mock-up of a boarding ticket. The QR code functions, but, for now, merely takes you to Chanel's website.

The boarding pass for tomorrow's #ChanelAirlines show. #ChanelSpringSummer2016 #PFW

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