Chanel Airlines? Imagine for one second if we have it for real. For SS16 , women of all nations were amused to check in ahead of time at the Chanel airport terminal Karl Lagerfeld installed in the Grand Palais., they are all traveling in first class of course.“It’s the idea of how it should look!” said Lagerfeld.It was all inspired by the airport, its team and its signs. On the runway, we saw for the first time a Chanel hard-case wheelie carry-on bags. Models wore 70s leisure jackets, plane-patterned tricolor sweaters paired with Teva-type sandals with tweed straps and velcro sandals with a line of lights ringing their thick soles. Then followed by The twinkling herringbone jackets and shell tops, paved in crystal and decorated with fat, black ribbon bows, are timelessly Chanel, nothing to do with novelty. Lagerfeld also involved the airplane theme into the fabric of his ready-to-wear with some cozy knit airplane motif intarsia pants and sweaters. .And a number of graphic red, white, and blue ensembles had easy fluid silhouettes so that they were both boldly eye-catching and comfortable. Even the departure board printed pieces had a playful potency. In the congested skies of fashion, Captain Karl is one person who knows how to navigate Chanel in all the right directions.