What better setting for a Spring/Summer collection than a catwalk adorned with giant flowers and towering plants?
As, Karl Lagerfeld welcomed the fashion pack into a paper garden housed inside Paris' Grand Palais on Tuesday morning, the grey January weather was forgotten.
Floral embellishment was seen throughout Chanel's S/S 15 show, with sequin flowers decorating knitted beanies, pretty blooms enhancing tulle skirts and bright red poppies adding an almost-regal quality to bodices and sleeves.
Despite a prominent pastel colour palette - the two-pieces in blush pink and lavender are sure to be a hit with fans of Chanel's signature bouclé styles - this collection was far from sickly sweet.
Pops of orange and cobalt added a freshness to the 80s inspired power suits and wide-brim hats but this collection featured a new staple addition - crop tops.
No doubt Chanel model Kendall Jenner (she made her first catwalk appearance of 2015) will be wearing hers with jeans and trainers soon.
Love couture? See all the highlights from this blossoming S/S 15 show below: