Anne Combaz

  • December 5th, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz

    CELEBRITIES AT THE SCHLOSS LEOPOLDSKRON
    SALZBURG, DECEMBER 2ND

    Métiers d'Art 2014/15 show.

    Photos by Anne Combaz

  • December 2nd, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz
    SALZBURG, DECEMBER 2ND

    SALZBURG, DECEMBER 2ND

    A few moments before the beginning of Métiers d'Art Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 show.

    Photo by Anne Combaz

  • November 26th, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz
    THE MÉTIERS D'ART

    THE MÉTIERS D'ART

    Shown every year in December, the Métiers d'Art collection, proposes since 2002 a Ready-to-Wear collection – outside of the official show schedule – in order to enlighten exceptional savoir-faire and the work of artisans including costume jewelry and button maker Desrues, feathers and flowers maker Lemarié, hat maker Maison Michel, shoe maker Massaro, embroiderers Lesage and Montex, and glove maker Causse.

    Every year, Karl Lagerfeld captures the history of Chanel by designating a city that’s linked to the past or present of the House and by making it the theme of his collection. Karl Lagerfeld thus celebrates the virtuosity of the above ateliers and their specialized savoir-faire while revisiting the codes of Chanel.

    The artisans skillfully interpret Karl Lagerfeld's sketches season after season with the utmost devotion. "It’s made in an artisan way, in the very best sense of that word, because in artisan there is "art". The art of doing things well. An applied art. And that is truly wonderful. I think the image of this collection is reflected through this finesse which has to be seen up close, almost touched, to understand how it is done and to really appreciate the beauty of this work," Karl Lagerfeld explains.

    Chanel is the only House to have dedicated an entirely separate collection to the Métiers d'Art in order to continue its legacy and extraordinary expertise. For more than ten years this collection has been consistently developed and now enjoys its own identity.

    Available in boutiques from May onwards, the Métiers d'Art collection, marries modernity with artisanal savoir-faire and offers clients a refined and elegant Ready-to-Wear wardrobe. The accessories – bags, shoes, costume jewelry and even buttons – are the result of the attention paid to every detail.

    The cities of Tokyo, New York, Monte-Carlo, London, Moscow, Shanghai, Byzance, Bombay, Edinburgh, Dallas and soon Salzburg, have all served as backdrop to the presentations of the Chanel Métiers d'Art collections.

    Photo by Anne Combaz

  • October 1st, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz

    CELEBRITIES AT THE GRAND PALAIS

    Spring-Summer 2015 Ready-to-Wear show.

    Photos by Anne Combaz

  • July 10th, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz

    CELEBRITIES AT THE GRAND PALAIS

    Fall-Winter 2014/15 Haute Couture show.

    Photos by Anne Combaz

  • May 14th, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz

    CELEBRITIES INVITED TO THE SHOW

    Cruise 2014/15 show.

    Photos by Anne Combaz

  • March 5th, 2014
    Par Anne Combaz

    TUESDAY MORNING AT THE GRAND PALAIS

    Photos of celebrities present at the Chanel Shopping Center

    Photos by Anne Combaz

  • December 27th, 2013
    Par Anne Combaz
    THE TWO TONE SHOES WORN BY RIHANNA

    THE TWO TONE SHOES WORN BY RIHANNA

    Cruise 2013/14 collection

    The collection is now available in boutiques. More information on chanel.com

    Photo by Anne Combaz

  • December 12th, 2013
    Par Anne Combaz

    MÉTIERS D'ART SHOW
    THE CELEBRITIES

    Kristen Stewart, Geraldine Chaplin, Dakota Fanning, Lauren Hutton, Lily Collins, Zoe Kravitz, Anna Mouglalis... at the screening of ”The Return” by Karl Lagerfeld and at the 2013/14 Métiers d'Art show, December 10th, Dallas Fair Park

    Photos © Anne Combaz

  • December 9th, 2013
    Par Anne Combaz
    COURCHEVEL EPHEMERAL BOUTIQUE <BR />OPENING DECEMBER 14TH

    COURCHEVEL EPHEMERAL BOUTIQUE
    OPENING DECEMBER 14TH

    For the fourth year running, Chanel is opening its 200m2 ephemeral boutique in Courchevel. For the occasion, Karl Lagerfeld decorated 36 of the 72 Jardin Alpin cable cars with his sketches. Symbols, iconic elements, silhouettes from collections, portraits of Mademoiselle Chanel as well as self-portraits of the designer himself will customize the cable cars this winter.

    From December 14th 2013 until April 2014
    11.30am-1.30pm / 3pm‐8pm
    Esplanade "LE TREMPLIN"
    Courchevel 1850

    Photo by Anne Combaz

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