Cara Delevingne Clutches a Karl Lagerfeld Doll in Chanel's Creepy New Short Film

Chanel's fashion films always run the gamut from slightly silly to surreal. The latest one, called "Women Only," is definitely more to the latter.
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Chanel's fashion films always run the gamut from slightly silly to surreal. The latest one, called "Women Only," is definitely more to the latter.
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Chanel's fashion films always run the gamut from slightly silly to surreal. The latest one, called "Women Only," is definitely more to the latter.

The film, which was originally presented to the press in Singapore before the screening of Chanel mini-biopic "Once Upon a Time," starts out with some severe school marm types herding a bunch of big name models--Cara Delevingne, Edie Campbell, Lindsey Wixson and tons more--into some sort of special girls-only film screening. Karl Lagerfeld even makes a brief cameo as a bouncer, turning away a bearded fellow who tries to get in.

The film shows you the girls filtering into the theater, while the most terrifying music plays in the background. Seriously, I was so worried for all the models--were they about to be slaughtered in this quaint theater? To calm your nerves while you're anxiously white-knuckling it and waiting for something to happen, there are a lot of tight shots on the gorgeous jewelry and accessories. Finally, after an eternity of beautiful models greeting each other and chatting (including a weird Karl Lagerfeld doll moment), the lights go down and the mysterious film starts.

Watch now to see what happens.