Chanel Airlines Photos: Best Images From Chanel 2016 Paris Fashion Week Show

Chanel Airlines Photos: Best Images From Chanel 2016 Paris Fashion Week Show

The runway show for iconic French fashion company Chanel at Paris Fashion Week may deter some from wearing sweats to the airport.

Legendary Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld transformed Paris' historic Grand Palais museum into a chic airport terminal for "Chanel Airlines" on Tuesday, and those checking-in for boarding weren't ordinary travelers. Chanel's runway models, dressed head to toe in Chanel's spring 2016 collection, strutted through the makeshift terminal, which was packed with celebrities also flaunting head-to-toe Chanel attire.

Model and actress Cara Delevingne made her entrance alongside Lagerfeld himself.

Paris Fashion Week 2015 kicked off on Sept. 29 and showcases the spring and summer 2016 lines from high-end designers like Valentino, Hermes, Miu Miu and Saint Laurent. The week-long event will conclude Wednesday. A live stream of the shows can be found here

Here are the best images from Chanel's airport-themed runway show in Paris:

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