The Chanel Metiers d’Art Pre-Fall 2016 collection was unveiled in Rome recently and featured a mix of coupled tweed ensembles. Matching with their partner, models walked in twos sporting male and female tweed looks that featured Chanel's signature detailing and structured wool fabric.
In addition to matching tweed looks -- though vintage in their inspiration, these ensembles features sporty and contemporary elements -- designer Karl Lagerfeld also presented black and white outfits consisting of loose-fitting tunics and skinny trousers.
The Chanel Metiers d’Art Pre-Fall 2016 celebrates androgyny and embraces the idea of twinning couple looks rather than shying away from it. While this fad has been popular on social media for months, its runway debut makes the concept less campy and more fashion-forward.