5 Things to Know Right Now About Chanel's Autumn 2016 Runway

Nicole Kliest

Of all the Paris Fashion Week catwalks we look forward to year after year, Chanel consistently tops the list. Not only do the collections tend to clue us in on the mood for the following season, the sets are always magically thought out, and the front row never fails to impress. This season, Karl Lagerfeld presented his show, entitled "Front Row Only," in an atelier backdrop with simple golden chairs lined up side by side creating a long front row formation. Mica Arganaraz opened the show in head-to-toe pink, which continued throughout. There were also interesting details, like the sweaters tied around the neck, cute bucket hats fastened atop the models' heads, and no shortage of strands of pearls. Scroll down for five quick facts about the show, and stay tuned for the full runway!

#1: These Hats Are All Over Instagram


#ChanelFallWinter2017 #FrontRowOnly #PFW

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#2: The Show Was Entitled "Front Row Only"


Chanel day @britishvogue #PFW

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#3: Hoodies Are Here to Stay


Good morning @kendalljenner @chanelofficial #FW16 #PFW Bravo @karllagerfeld

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#4: There Was a Whole Lot of Denim (and Pink)


A rosy outlook at the @chanelofficial show. View the full Fall 2016 collection on VogueRunway.com. #PFW

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#5: You Can Soon Own a Choupette-Shaped Cuff


Choupette cuff (and a stunning deconstructed tweed skirt) @chanelofficial

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