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The veteran German creator turned the Grand Palais into a forest, with tons of dead leaves strewn on mirrored steps and nine tall mossy oaks planted down the middle of its vast nave.Trees had also been chopped down to make rows of benches for his guests, including Hollywood star Keira Knightley, British pop singer Lily Allen and former French first lady Carla Bruni Sarkozy.Chanel hit back strongly late Tuesday saying none of the oak and poplar trees it sourced from a forest in western France had been a century old.The 84-year-old creator had sent out a dark and classy collection that eschewed the bubble-gum girlishness of Chanel's haute couture show in January.Lagerfeld began the show with a run of full-length black coats matched with sparkling gold tights, one coat feathered at the shoulders and cuffs that gave it more than a hint of French Empire dash.South Korean star Hoyeon Jung and British model activist Adwoa Aboah also walked in the 80-look show.
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