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A trip to any casino on the Vegas strip might have you believe that a bum-skimming, sparkly, bodycon dress and teetering pumps are a part of a strict and highly enforced hotel dress code. But alas, thankfully, that is not the case. Leave it to Chanel (and a host of Karl Lagerfeld‘s Hollywood darlings) to show us how Classy Ladies properly dress for a round at the craps table.
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At Lagerfelds‘ Chanel casino, which served as the backdrop for his tweed-heavy couture collection show in Paris on Tuesday, his favorite muses including Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Jemima Kirke, Lily Collins and up-and-coming cool person Lily Rose Depp — who also sat front row at the Metiers d’Art Chanel show in New York earlier this year — arrived in velvet and satin ensembles accessorized with glittering silver statement jewels. Depp posted an Instagram of the festivities with the caption, “all in, sir! thank you @chanelofficial!!!!” (Nevermind that at 16, Depp isn’t legally allowed to gamble — even in Paris.)
Depp’s mother, Vanessa Paradis, also enjoyed a game or two at the table (because being a Lagerfeld muse is apparently genetic) where she was cheered on by Rita Ora and Lara Stone, because obviously they were there too.
And what Lagerfeld-orchestrated affair would be complete without a Kendall Jenner appearance? The creative director’s favorite brunette, who will also appear in his fall Fendi campaign, made her and Lagerfeld’s chronicled infatuation with one another officially official by posting an Instagram with the caption, “of course I said yes,” after she closed the show in a bridal pantsuit, complete with trailing veil.
As for the inspiration behind the creative idea, Lagerfeld told Vogue U.K.’s Suzy Menkes, “It’s fun in life to gamble with ideas, but not with money.” Wise words.
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