Last night, Karl Lagerfeld unveiled Chanel’s latest Metiers d’Art show in New York, marking its first show in the city in over a decade. Much like all the fashion house’s runway extravaganzas, there was a big theme at play, a star-studded front row, and a new crop of accessories to get us talking. But this show also included a few surprises, like Pharrell walking the runway (in gold pants, nonetheless), and the Chanel Diner we never knew we needed. Catch up on all 6 things you need to know from the night below.
The show took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
In the past, Chanel’s jet-setting Metiers d’Art show has been presented in Hamburg, Rome, and of course, Paris, but Lagerfeld opted to unveil the latest at the Upper East Side museum.