Judging from the colossal globe on the runway, Karl Lagerfeld was thinking world domination. In his ideal Chanel universe, the women would all be in black, white, and grey with the occasional blue and blush. Lagerfeld stuck to two main silhouettes. First was fit and flared – a skater skirt worn with a rounded, oversized top; the second was long and lean – slim dresses and riding coats with cut-outs to show off chain-laden boots. In fact, the whole show with its moody aesthetic, fur bobs, and heavy hardware had a distinctively punk vibe, but with that slick of Chanel polish.