Leave it to Karl Lagerfeld to connect running sneakers, fanny packs, and knee-pads with haute couture. Models danced down the revolving set at the Grand Palais to a 12-piece orchestra. The collection, dubbed "The Cambon Club," radiated the nightclub, discotheque scene with glittery ensembles—some loose and swaying like the gilded column gowns and loose trousers, while other dresses were tightened at the waist with a corset, layered underneath cropped jackets or tops. The athletic aura, however, is what had most show goers talking, as most could not imagine pairing a $10,000 dress with simple jogging sneakers. Yet Chanel's kicks were, of course, nothing regular, and were hand-crafted by the brand's couture shoemaker, Massaro. Cara Delevingne closed the show as a bride, holding hands with Lagerfeld's godson, and runway frequenter, Hudson Kroenig, who was dressed as a ring bearer, and Lagerfeld himself. Alhough the designer proclaimed, "For myself, I don't do sneakers," Chanel's joggers are really just what the fashion set has been missing.