CHANEL put on its latest Metiers D’art Collection in Tokyo! A few familiar faces were in the mix, but Japanese stars definitely stole the show.
Let’s get into the show’s looks!
It was all about red and black for beauty Willow Smith. I’ll take that top and those pumps please!
Selah Marley kept it simple yet chic in a “Gabrielle Chanel” graphic tee and gold pumps.
There were so many amazing celeb beauty looks! Crystal Kay’s retro-inspired ‘do was gorgeous—a great complement to her sheer quilted turtleneck, high-waist leather shorts, chain-link embellished sandals, and swoon-worthy stripe bag from the brand.
I’ve been dreaming about Chiaki Hatakeyama’s navy suede, button-front jumpsuit and single earring since I saw her look. Her buzz cut was also poppin’.
I actually need Alisa Ueno’s crochet top, colorful midi skirt, and kicks right now. So dope.
Japanese music duo AMIAYA made me want a pink bob, new Chanel bag, and some platform sandals STAT. Clearly, these Japanese stars are fly!
Tao Okamoto looked every bit the model in a sheer-sleeve LBD, logo belt from the house, and purple suede cap-toe boots. Gorgeous, no?
Aya Omasa’s ensemble read quite autumnal, but it was chic nonetheless! I wouldn’t mind seeing her quilted leather trousers in my closet.
Ryo Ryusei put an artful spin on the house’s signature black and white palette, choosing a bomber jacket, high-waist, wide-leg ankle length trousers, and studded sandals.
Japanese songstress Beni gave a fun spin to the classic all-black look, clad in a textured sweater and quilted mini skirt. Hot!
Kabuki actor Sennosuke Kataoke wore traditional Japanese garb for the occasion. I loved seeing this in the front row.
I am living for Yu Akimoto’s blunt bangs, though her embellished top and wide-leg trousers were pretty cool as well!
LALA’s bob was on point, as was her boudoir-inspired getup.
Eri Tachibana slipped on a check, trench-inspired dress, mini bucket bag, and timeless Chanel flats. So cute!
DJ Kurumi Nakada was outfitted in a silky parka, sheer lace jumpsuit, and studded pumps.
Nana Komatsu was ethereal in an embroidered dress with a sheer skirt and long sleeves.
Who had your favorite look at the show?