The lead up to the Chanel Pre-Fall 2013 Métier d’Arts show in Scotland on Tuesday had a foreboding tone. The setting was Lin Lithgow, a crumbling 15th century palace that was the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. Whiskey toddies, blazing fires and wool lap blankets ensured none of the hundreds flown in for this special event suffered. The collection, seemingly tailored for olden day royalty, is full of Scottish leanings — tartans and argyles abound — with luxurious Chanel detailing. Visit Chanel.