PARIS — Karl Lagerfeld’s graphic highway set for Chanel was labeled, “One Way Street.” But the clothes themselves, although organized around a central borrowed-from-the-boys theme, had several dimensions. Rather than the soft, gentle tack the designer has taken in recent seasons, he used a dark palette and played to the masculine side of the house’s legacy, showing, for example, layers of jackets, sweaters and mufflers worn with newsboy caps. Here, a boldly trimmed coat and pants. For more on the season, see today's reviews.

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