A 16th-century chateau came to life for Chanel's fashion show.
Chanel's 2020/21 Metiers D'art collection was unveiled at Le Chateau des Dames in the Loire valley in France.
The castle's atmosphere served the perfect backdrop for the show that had a medieval touch.
Presenting glimpses from the show that was presented by Virginie Viard, Karl Lagerfeld's successor.
IMAGE: The collection was revealed in the presence of Kristen Stewart. The actress was the only guest to attend the fashion show.
Kristen will also be the muse for the collection's campaign
Photographs: Kind courtesy Chanel/Instagram
IMAGE: The collection was inspired by different eras, between the Renaissance and romanticism.
IMAGE: Take a closer look. The glittering corset belt features drawings of the outlines of the Chateau de Chenonceau.
IMAGE: Colours like black and white ruled the runway. To match the regal settings of the place, models sported daring, bold, make up.
IMAGE: This black-and-white silhouette was a playful tribute to the Chateau de Chenonceau.
IMAGE: A model showcases a bold knit dress. The sweater is embellished with vivid flowers.
IMAGE: Can you spot the façade of the Chateau de Chenonceau, a jewel of Renaissance architecture, on the sweater adorned with pearl necklaces?
IMAGE: The closing scene of the show with Virginie Viard and her cast of models outside the Chateau de Chenonceau.
IMAGE: Chanel titled this look as 'a magnetic allure in diaphanous black'.