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Chanel's Clear Plastic Rain Boots Will Make You Want to Get Stuck in a Downpour

"Are you wearing...the Chanel rain boots? Yeah, I am."
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Leave it to Karl Lagerfeld to make dressing for a torrential downpour something to look forward to. Today, at Chanel's Spring 2018 show in Paris, the designer unveiled a collection filled with clear PVC rainwear—from bags to hats to caped ponchos. But it was the clear boots topping off every single look that really stole the show.


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Ranging in height from mid-calf to over-the-knee, the high fashion rain boots feature the brand's signature cap-toe in both white and black. Paired with everything from tweed mini skirts to culottes, suits, and ruffled gowns, the boots proved their versatility in a wide range of looks hitting the runway.


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Of course, the rainwear came in handy for models at the show—who walked down a runway featuring cascading waterfalls. Embracing the calming backdrop of nature, this season's set included giant cliffs, mossy green trees, and serene waterfalls.

A paradise at #ChanelSpringSummer! Bravo again @karllagerfeld @chanelofficial ????

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Watch the water falling, falling ... at Chanel

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This is one way to embrace April showers.


From: Harper's BAZAAR US

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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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