Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning, Chanel

Carrie Bloom

It turns out Kristen Stewart was jetting off to Dallas!

A day after she was spotted looking super-casual while catching a flight out of L.A., the 23-year-old actress looked the epitome of high-fashion chic at the Chanel show being held at Fair Park.

Among the familiar faces there to check out Karl Lagerfeld's latest Métiers d' Art, inspired by vintage Americana, were K.Stew pal Dakota Fanning, Poppy Delevingne, Alexa Chung, Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and André Leon Talley.

Stewart managed to stay true to her personal style and kick it up a notch in apricot pants and a taupe crop top, a charcoal sweater tied around her waist—a look ripped right from Chanel's Spring 2014 collection. 

Jack Kerouac would have approved!

The show started with a short film called "The Return," written and directed by Lagerfeld and starring Geraldine Chaplin as Coco Chanel. Some of the guests, including Stewart and Fanning, were seated in classic cars to watch the entertainment, drive-in-movie style.

"This is of international significance," Brian Bolke, owner of Dallas luxury fashion boutique Forty Five Ten, told the Dallas Morning News. "It is an extraordinary, once-a-year experience that happens to be in Dallas. And it certainly won't ever be back here."

Lagerfeld's annual Métiers shows are held in a different place each year, with past locations including castle ruins in Scotland, a pontoon boat on Shanghai's Huangpu River and Chanel's 57th Street boutique in New York City.

The looks are inspired by their surroundings, and this year lots of leather, fringe and feathers were sent down the hay-covered runway.

—Reporting by Lindsey Caldwell

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