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  • April 20th, 2016
    TILDA SWINTON: DOUBLE TAKE

    TILDA SWINTON: DOUBLE TAKE

    In a shoot by photographer Jean‑Baptiste Mondino for "Madame Figaro" magazine, the British actress wears the Paris in Rome 2015/16 Métiers d’Art collection.

    In front of the camera she becomes her own double, reprising her role in the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" in which she plays twin sisters.

    © Jean-Baptiste Mondino / Madame Figaro

  • March 22nd, 2016
    ZHOU XUN <BR />AMFAR HONG KONG GALA

    ZHOU XUN
    AMFAR HONG KONG GALA

    The Chinese actress wore a trompe l’oeil dress, a reinterpretation of the iconic tweed suit by Karl Lagerfeld from the Paris in Rome 2015/16 Métiers d’Art collection.

    © VCG /Getty Images

  • March 14th, 2016
    A DAY WITH PHARRELL WILLIAMS

    A DAY WITH PHARRELL WILLIAMS

  • March 8th, 2016

    FRONT ROW ONLY

    "Everybody dreams of front row so this season it is front row for everybody." Karl Lagerfeld
    Guests of the Fall‑Winter 2016/17 Ready‑to‑Wear show

    © Anne Combaz

  • March 8th, 2016
    WILLOW SMITH <BR />NEW CHANEL AMBASSADRESS

    WILLOW SMITH
    NEW CHANEL AMBASSADRESS

    Karl Lagerfeld has chosen the young American singer and actress as the new Chanel face.

    © Sofia Malamute

  • March 7th, 2016
    "MUSTANG" <BR />NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS

    "MUSTANG"
    NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS

    The partnership between Chanel and the team behind the Turkish-French film began on May 20, 2015, in Cannes. The five young actresses and the film's director all wore Chanel to present their work for Directors' Fortnight at the festival. Director Deniz Gamze Ergüven explains, "I really saw Chanel as gilding on the film's journey (…) Every outfit was a complete, revolutionary reinvention of our idea of women's bodies. The most surprising thing is the perfect alliance between the breath of modernity and the Maison Chanel's rich heritage."

    The team wore Chanel ceremony gowns, from Los Angeles where the film won the American Film Institute's Audience Award, to Paris, where it won several César including Best Debut Feature, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing, and Best Original Music, and on to the Oscars, where it represented France in competition for Best Foreign-Language Film.
    Deniz Gamze Ergüven continues, "There's something profoundly rebellious about every Chanel clothing. They create a form of seduction, but without undermining the women who wear them. (…) Every time I slipped one on, I experienced a feeling of power. (…) For me, Chanel embodies a soaring vision of beauty and elegance – Coco Chanel's bountiful heritage reinvented by Karl Lagerfeld's absolute visionary genius.”

    © Anne Combaz

  • March 4th, 2016
    LILY-ROSE DEPP <BR/>VANITY FAIR US

    LILY‑ROSE DEPP
    VANITY FAIR US

    Photographed by Tom Munro for the magazine, the young actress is wearing a cashmere top and trousers with airplane patterns from the Spring‑Summer 2016 collection.

    © Tom Munro / Vanity Fair

  • March 1st, 2016

    JULIANNE MOORE
    OSCARS 2016

    For the 88th ceremony which took place in Hollywood, the American actress wore a dress inspired by the Spring‑Summer 2016 Haute Couture collection to present the Best Actor Award to Leonardo DiCaprio.
    The gown, designed by Karl Lagerfeld, was created especially for her at the rue Cambon ateliers.

    © Christopher Polk-Steve Granitz/Getty Images © Anne Combaz

  • February 29th, 2016
    DENIZ GAMZE ERGÜVEN <BR />AT THE OSCARS

    DENIZ GAMZE ERGÜVEN
    AT THE OSCARS

    The Turkish-French film director of "Mustang", nominated for Best Foreign‑Language Film, wore a Haute Couture dress to the ceremony yesterday evening in Los Angeles.

    © Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

  • February 28th, 2016
    BEVERLY HILLS <BR />THE NIGHT BEFORE THE OSCARS

    BEVERLY HILLS
    THE NIGHT BEFORE THE OSCARS

    To mark the 88th Academy Awards, Chanel and Charles Finch hosted a dinner for cinema leading figures including Rooney Mara, Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore and Brie Larson at the Madeo.

    © BFA

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