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Paris Fashion Week: Chanel

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Karl Lagerfield took Chanel to the farm this season. The Spring ’10 lined showed in a fabricated barn within the Grand Palais, complete with straw and models made to look like they just took a roll in the hay. The looks were modern and romantic, with a hint of country girl charm. The collection was built on a neautral and black palatte, we saw lots of a-line skirts, ribbons, and ruffle details. For us, it was all about those Double-C Clogs. See some of our favorites in the collection after the jump.

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