Chanel introduced its Métiers d’Artwork assortment in Paris on Wednesday. For her first high-craft outing for the maison, artistic director Virginie Viard leaned closely on the home codes—camellias, tweeds, layers of chain-link necklaces and pearls, and extremely wearable suiting. Titled, “31 Rue Cambon”, the deal with of Chanel’s legendary Parisian retailer, the gathering was a secure return to the model’s hallmarks, particularly after earlier outings that noticed Karl Lagerfeld seeking to Egypt and Hamburg for inspiration. The present’s set, co-designed by Sofia Coppola, was made to evoke Coco Chanel’s non-public house. Gold birdcage purses cleverly nodded to the Mademoiselle’s actual decor. Forward, each look from the gathering.