On Tuesday in Paris, France, Karl Lagerfeld presented his Chanel Métiers d’Art collection to an intimate crowd over tea and cookies at the Ritz hotel. Cara Delevingne walked the runway with Pharrell Williams, who wore a curious yarmulke-like hair patch, along with other Chanel muses including Lindsey Wixson, Louise Parker, and Lineisy Montero, who elegantly snaked their way through the tables. Plus, the 17-year-old Lily-Rose Depp made her runway debut in a shimmering gold-sequined crop top.
The Métiers d’Art festivities began on Monday evening, with a cocktail party where Willow Smith performed to a crowd including the K-Pop mega-star, G-Dragon. For the occasion, which was coincidentally, the same day that her brother, Jaden Smith, dropped the first single from his upcoming album, Syre, the “Whip My Hair” singer went full acoustic.
The show took place at one of Paris’ poshest hotels, so several models and many members of the audience made their way upstairs following the runway presentation for champagne and room service.
Model Soo Joo Park also was brave enough to take a dip in the pool, Home Alone style, with a Chanel surfboard.
Plus, bedazzled “Do not disturb” and “We dare you to disturb” room cards were, naturally, on the house.
Willow Smith’s Style Evolution from Rock Star Teen to Chanel Muse
At the premiere of “Shark Tale” in 2004, Willow Smith wore a pink tweed blazer (Chanel, were you paying attention?) and a big smile in her dad’s arms.
Willow Smith attended another film premiere–this time for “The Seat Filler” in 2006–hand-in-hand with her mom Jada Pinkett Smith, wearing a nude blazer, white shirt, cuffed denim jeans and leopard-print boots.
Willow Smith swapped out mom and dad for her older brother Jaden at the premiere of “I Am Legend” in 2007. For the occasion she wore a black velvet pantsuit with a coordinating headband.
Smith hit the Los Angeles premiere of her new film “Kit Kittredge: An American Girl” in a white and silver-striped sequin minidress styled with a white knit beret, white sequin sneakers and tinted sunglasses.
Smith looked like sporty chic look at the LA premiere of “Imagine That” in a pink cropped jacket, pink striped scarf, blue denim jeans and black and pink Nike sneakers.
Willow Smith hit the red carpet at the premiere of “The Karate Kid” in 2010 wearing a rock-and-roll look.
Paying homage to her dad at the 2011 BET Awards, Willow Smith donned a heart-shaped braided hairstyle, a yellow Fresh Prince t-shirt, black short and red blazer.
At the 2012 BET Honors awards, Smith looked like a princess in a short-sleeved yellow gown, a small black clutch and minimal jewelry.
Back to her edgy style, the singer attended the 2012 BET awards wearing a sleeveless graphic sweater, cutout leggings and Chanel combat boots.
Smith looked incredibly chic in a monochromatic black-and-white look at the premiere of “After Earth” in 2013 wearing a button-down shirt, flared pants, and a bold bang.
At the L.A. premiere of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the singer looked chic and retro in a printed multi-colored overcoat.
Smith looked sassy in an “Aint No Wifey” crop top and black fringed skirt at the 204 Roc Nation pre-Grammy brunch.
Willow Smith looked sleek and chic in a royal blue strapless jumpsuit with a gold choker in 2014.
Smith looked effortlessly stylish at the 2015 Black Girls Rock Awards in a heather gray pantsuit with a crop turtleneck, shiny grey socks and black block heels.
At the Chanel Fall 2016 show, Smith channeled Karl Lagerfeld in fingerless gloves and a black, white, and grey look.
The new Chanel brand ambassador attended the 2016 Met Gala dressed like a fabulous rock star in a black-and-white speckled coat, matching crop top and black satin capri pants.
At the Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2016 show, Smith wore a modern green pantsuit from the brand, accessorized with moto gloves and brogues.