This, to me, is a pretty good — read: non-obnoxious — example of how wallpaper someone in your logo. If you stare really hard, you can see the interlocking Cs of the Chanel logo, but otherwise your eye passes over that part and just drinks in the drama of a gold and black tweed coat. I would have buttoned it, as the model did on on the runway, because it’s the star here and the dress underneath is a complete downer; swapping in the boots only enhanced that feeling. Her next movie — coming out… sometime; it’s in post-production — is about the reporters who broke the story of the Boston Strangler, so maybe she’s just trying to stay in a dark place in case there are re-shoots.

[Photo: David M. Benett/Hoda Davaine/Dave Benett/WireImage]