During Paris Fashion Week, Charlotte Casiraghi modeled for Chanel, wearing a black tweed jacket, pants, and riding boots. Oh, and she came onto the runway on a horse.
This royal is a veteran equestrian, and, according to People, artist Xavier Veilhan created a course, where the horse could gallop around in front of guests. This showed how versatile and beautiful the clothes were, while a corresponding video detailed how some of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel‘s first clients were those who loved horse racing.
“Embodying the harmonies between horse and rider, Chanel ambassador and distinguished horsewoman Charlotte Casiraghi wears a black tweed jacket on horseback in a short film by Xavier Veilhan, superimposed with Constructivist motifs,” the brand shared on Instagram. “A first glimpse at the Chanel Spring-Summer 2022 Haute Couture collection by Virginie Viard.” As stated by People, Viard became Chanel’s creative director last year, following the death of Karl Lagerfeld in 2019.