Chloe Harrouche Takes Paris in Chanel’s Métiers d’art Collection

Photography by Guillaume Roemaet

This past December, Chanel took over the 10 B.C. Temple of Dendur at New York’s iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art for its Paris-New York 2019/20 Métiers d’art collection. Inspired by a chic mix of Ancient Egypt and New York, the clothing and accessories—in a palette of major metallics—featured grafitti prints, statement-making denim separates, and gilded croc boots that had everyone talking post show.

In March, we asked Chloe Harrouche of Loulou De Saison to take the collection from the halls of the museum to the streets of Paris, in some of her favorite pieces that walked the runway just a few months before. From a plaid bomber (which Harrouche paired with her own denim) to a goddess-inspired white gown, see all of the looks below.

The Chanel Paris-New York 2019/20 Métiers d’art collection is in store now on 2 and available for preview at



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