Chanel presented its Métiers d’Art collection in Paris on Wednesday. For her first high-craft outing for the maison, creative director Virginie Viard leaned heavily on the house codes—camellias, tweeds, layers of chain-link necklaces and pearls, and highly wearable suiting. Titled "31 Rue Cambon," the address of Chanel's legendary Parisian store, the collection was a safe return to the brand's hallmarks, especially after previous outings that saw Karl Lagerfeld looking to Egypt and Hamburg for inspiration. The show's set, co-designed by Sofia Coppola, was made to evoke Coco Chanel's private apartment. Gold birdcage handbags cleverly nodded to the Mademoiselle's real decor. Ahead, every look from the collection.