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Crafty knits, sump­tu­ous tweed jack­ets and fuzzy outer­wear are just some of the looks Chanel has in store for au­tumn, so get ready to warm up your wardrobe

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Dal­las, Ed­in­burgh, Dubai and Moscow were just a few of the cities that Chanel se­lected to show­case the il­lus­tri­ous Chanel Métiers d’art pre­sen­ta­tions. This year, Karl Lager­feld waltzes us through Salzburg, Aus­tria, to the Ho­tel Schloss Leopold­skron, a for­mer palace. In ad­di­tion to in­cor­po­rat­ing el­e­ments from the rich her­itage of the Aus­tro-hun­gar­ian em­pire, the mai­son also notes that it was on a trip to Aus­tria that Made­moi­selle Chanel was inspired to de­sign her iconic tweed jacket. Alpine flo­rals and an­i­mals are pre­cisely placed on pinafore­and dirndl-style dresses, coat col­lars and even the cult-favourite Boy bags. Rows of ruf­fles with pearl chok­ers adorn the high neck­lines of blouses, which peer out of var­i­ous outer­wear looks. The del­i­cate fin­ish­ing touches aren’t over­looked, ei­ther—hand-crafted brooches por­tray an­tique wall clocks and ca­ble cars, while lace-up moun­taineer­ing boots in­clude a se­ries of gold charms de­pict­ing ev­ery­thing from Aus­trian beer steins to baby deer.

FASH­ION EM­PIRE Karl Lager­feld muse Char­lotte Free (above) wears a but­ter­fly-em­broi­dered blouse, while cam­paign front-run­ner Cara Delev­ingne (left) goes monochrome from top-to-toe with flo­ral in­tar­sias

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