Attal paraded the catwalk at Carrières de Lumières, a series of expansive rooms in a white limestone quarry, showcasing several looks from the Parisian luxury brand’s latest collection.
Her first look was an all-black look, complete with a fringed top, skirt, and cape draped over her shoulders. Another look consisted of loose gray dress pants, a black and white striped top, and a patterned open jacket that’s wide off the shoulders.
In a press release, Virginie Viard, artistic director of Chanel, highlighted the key elements of the collection, “Lots of fringes, in leather, pearls and sequins, t-shirts bearing the face of model Lola Nicon like a rock star. , worn with tweed suits trimmed with wide braids and pointy silver Mary-Janes.
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Attal started working with Chanel in 2017, and since then she has been a recurring figure for the luxury brand. She also took part in the brand’s pre-fall 2018 art show in Hamburg and again in the spring 2021 runway presentation.
She has also modeled for Prada, Burberry, Jason Wu, Nina Ricci, Chloe, Céline, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Hermes, Michael Kors, Fendi, Valentino, Dior, Versace, Alexander McQueen and other major players in the fashion industry. the fashion.
Attal told Vogue that she was first spotted when she was 12, but her father believed she was too young to take that route. But as she explained, when she was 14, “photographer Jamie Hawkesworth was casting at my school for the JW Anderson campaign. I was chosen with two of my friends. I was super excited when I found out because I used to watch America’s Next Top Model and wanted to do what they did.