Karl Lagerfeld presented his latest collection for luxury fashion house Chanel yesterday as part of Paris Fashion Week. This included four complete menswear looks which incorporated Chanel’s signature elements of tweed, knits and embellishments in a series of ’60s-inspired elegant garments. Lagerfeld is known for building elaborate sets to help tell the story of his collections for Chanel, including recreating Paris streetscapes and supermarkets. For this particular presentation they have transformed the ground floor of the Grand Palais into a working bistro, the “Brasserie Gabrielle,” where models settled into tables after completing their catwalk. Check the looks out here, and stay tuned for more news out of Paris Fashion Week.