Held at the Toranomon Hills, the show was attended by CHANEL ambassadress Alice Dellal, Texan supermodel and fashion icon Jerry Hall, K-Pop star G-Dragon, Japanese actresses Yu Yamada, Melisa Kuroki, Aya Omasa, Fumi Nikaido and Asami Mizukawa, singer Mika Nakashima, DJ Mademoiselle Julia and musician Verbal, just to list a few.
Dappled in the maison’s mainstay working palette of white, beige, red and prairie hues sich as browns, grays, and wheat with a tinge of blush pink, the Paris-Dallas Métiers D’Art collection features romantic elements of the Wild West but with a contemporary twist.
These pieces are meticulously and artisanally crafted using delicate yet lush materials such as satin, lace, and tweed, all are flawlessly embellished with key detailing such as fringes, plates, ruffles and the star motif.
Accessories such as bolo tie, hats, and tribal feather, just to name a few, punctuate the looks, bringing forth the authentic Wild Western style. Following suit, guests attended the cocktail party enhanced by the western saloon décor mood.