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Dylan Penn: Chanel is a dream

Published 29/07/2015

Dylan Penn
Dylan Penn

Dylan Penn loves Chanel but couldn't imagine wearing it every day.

The 24-year-old model-and-actress is a regular on the fashion scene and sat front row at Karl Lagerfeld's Haute Couture show in Paris in January.

Although she could technically wear the label's stunning pieces all the time, it wouldn't suit her regular style.

"Getting to wear Chanel is my version of a fairy tale. Not that I would wear it every day, my style is more jeans and T-shirts, but it’s kind of fun," she smiled to ASOS magazine.

While on the front row, she also got to meet the man himself. Despite his huge popularity in the fashion world, he remains down to earth.

"Karl is quiet, but he has a very big presence. He's really kind and inclusive of everybody. He has so many people walking around him and for him, and he's kind of unaffected by it... I don't know how that happens," she marvelled.

Dylan has also been lucky enough to hobnob with stars like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid and praises the models for being so kind and "normal".

However, her favourite style moment so far was attending Burberry's London in Los Angeles show in April.

"Then the Burberry show in LA was fun and I had no idea that Naomi Campbell was closing the show - I'd never seen her walk, so that was amazing," she gushed.

"I feel like so many of the shows I've been to, everybody is very contained and quiet and it's kind of... boring. The clothes are amazing, but the experience is just sit there and look pretty. But the Burberry show was so fun, much more like a party."

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