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Shocker:Chanel's Spring 2012 Couture Fashion show hold inside airplane in flight

Chanel Spring 2012 Couture Flies High with Airplane Show

If one thing's for certain, it's that Karl Lagerfeld likes to create a world with his runway presentations. So why not take that world to 35,000 feet?

Lagerfeld presented his Chanel Spring 2012 Couture collection inside a glammed-up airplane (Air Chanel, anyone?) on January 24 in Paris—and while it might not have actually taken off, the designer didn’t skimp on the details.

The epic showing came complete with a drinks cart, fake clouds that floated past the windows, and blue carpeting patterned with—what else?—Chanel’s iconic double-C logo.

And while there weren’t exactly overhead bins, the plane was equipped with control dials and a cockpit door, from which Lagerfeld emerged at the end of the 61-look show for his bow.

Keeping with the mile high theme, the clothes, which Horyn said “truly dazzled,” took cues from flight attendant uniforms, though subtly.

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