Excitement was sky high at Chanel's airline-themed PFW show

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The Grand Palais was turned into the world's most stylish airport for the Chanel show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday. The French fashion house redefined travel chic as models including Kendall Jenner took to the runway in Karl Lagerfeld's latest creations including custom-made Chanel luggage.

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A glimpse into the world of Chanel Airlines

The highly-anticipated show also saw Chanel once again upping the stakes with a dazzling set, with everything from branded baggage trolleys to departure boards and check-in gates with attendants in Chanel Airlines uniforms.

Lily-Rose Depp, who recently became a brand ambassador for the label, was spotted on the front row with mum Vanessa Paradis alongside stars including Kris Jenner and Lewis Hamilton, to watch the glitzy presentation.

Lily-Rose Depp and mum Vanessa Paradis sat on the front row

Cara Delevingne also made an appearance to support close friend Karl, joined by her girlfriend St Vincent and Karl's godson Hudson Kroenig. This marked the first time that the British beauty has not walked for Chanel - despite having often stormed the runway or closed the show hand-in-hand with Karl – as the star has been taking a break from the fashion industry to focus on a career in acting.

Meanwhile, close friend Kendall once again showed off her rising supermodel credentials as she took to the runway, turning heads in a chic blue tweed two-piece, her glossy tresses smoothed back into a slick low ponytail and accessorised with a silver headband.

Kendall Jenner turned heads on the catwalk

It wasn't just the Keeping up with the Kardashians star who turned heads on the catwalk. Fellow models including Edie Campbell looked as high fashion as ever in Karl's dazzling Spring/Summer 2016 designs which included colourful tweed ensembles, flared cream trousers and embellished cropped jackets.

The beauty looks were equally as eye-catching, with pale blue make-up and glitter applied to the models' eyes for a mask-like effect, while hair was kept super smooth and straight.

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