Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Chanel Spring/Summer 2015 catwalk scene into a feminist rights movement on the "Boulevard Chanel" at the Grand Palais during Paris Fashion Week.
Think model street protestors, huge placards that read "History is her story" and "Make fashion not war", tailored tweed two-piece suits and Cara Delevingne rallying up the demonstration with a megaphone.
Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen, Joan Smalls, Sam Rollinson, Malaika Firth and Kendall Jenner were just a few of the women who stormed the runway in statement-making fashion.
It was bold, bright and bolshy because next season is about making a stand for style and EVERYTHING you believe in.
Wear a tweed suit (it will never date and you'll wear it a thousand times), a stripe jumper dress blinged-up with a Chanel brooch a la Gisele, khaki green suede - carrying a briefcase holding all your essentials and blurred floral effect knee high boots.
We loved the mosaic cocktail dresses and the button down boucle jackets, the models walking two-by-two thing, the real puddles on the street - the entire demonstration. Chanel just set the agenda for next spring.
Take a flick through this gallery to see the whole spectacle. Here's how to "Be your own stylist"...
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