• June 20th, 2018
    MÉTIERS D'ART 2017/18 KNITWEAR <BR />VOGUE GERMANY

    MÉTIERS D'ART 2017/18 KNITWEAR
    VOGUE GERMANY

    Model Luna Bijl was photographed by Alique for the cover of the latest issue of Vogue Germany. The oversize sweater from the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d'art collection is worn with legwarmers for an all-over knitted look.

    The collection is available in boutiques and on chanel.com

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    © Photographed by Alique, Vogue Germany, May 2018

  • June 19th, 2018
    POP-UP BOUTIQUE <BR />IN CAPRI

    POP-UP BOUTIQUE
    IN CAPRI

    The isle of Capri in the Bay of Naples has been famed since antiquity for the beauty of its light-drenched landscapes. This is the picturesque setting of CHANEL’s seasonal boutique, reopened near Via Camerelle.

    Until October 14th
    Via Vittorio Emanuele, 61
    Capri, Italy

  • June 19th, 2018

    A DETAIL OF CRAFTSMANSHIP:
    FEATHERS BY LEMARIÉ

    Lemarié created the handpainted white feathers embroidered in horizontal lines on the Paris‑Hamburg organza dresses, in a nod to the sailor striped top.

    More about the CHANEL Métiers d’art on chanel.com

  • June 18th, 2018

    SAILOR SUIT

    For the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection, Karl Lagerfeld redefined the suited look. The jacket with sailor collar and neckerchief is paired with a mini‑skirt. Red braiding evocative of ship rigging contrasts against the ivory tweed by Lesage.

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  • June 18th, 2018

    A DETAIL OF CRAFTSMANSHIP:
    BRAIDING BY MONTEX

    Braidings embroidered with stones and metal tube beads are creations of the atelier montex. Reminiscent of piano keys, these exceptional embroideries adorn the dresses and caps of the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection.

    More about the CHANEL Métiers d’art on chanel.com

  • June 15th, 2018
    RIBBED KNITS

    RIBBED KNITS

    Karl Lagerfeld drew on the sailor style to create the spirit of the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection. The ship cordages inspired the braided motifs of the cashmere knits.

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  • June 15th, 2018

    A DETAIL OF CRAFTSMANSHIP:
    MONTEX EMBROIDERIES

    Combining traditional know-how skills with a sense of innovation, the artisans of the atelier montex turn Karl Lagerfeld's sketches into three-dimensional embroideries and use the crochet de Lunéville technique and the hand-guided Cornely machine to create motifs.

    Using patterns made by the CHANEL ateliers, the embroiderers draw the designs on tracing paper before transferring them onto the fabric. Strips of Rhodoid are stitched on one by one to compose geometric motifs that bring out the asymmetrical lines of the evening dresses.

    More on CHANEL Métiers d’art on chanel.com

  • June 13th, 2018
    THE MÉTIERS D'ART 2017/18 <BR />CHANEL'S GABRIELLE BAG

    THE MÉTIERS D'ART 2017/18
    CHANEL'S GABRIELLE BAG

    Made of wool and velvet, the Paris‑Hamburg CHANEL’s Gabrielle bag matches the tweed silhouettes of the collection and comes in colors recalling the city’s lights.

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  • June 13th, 2018

    A DETAIL OF CRAFTSMANSHIP:
    LESAGE TWEED

    Tweed, a woolen fabric borrowed from menswear by Mademoiselle Chanel, has become an essential part of the CHANEL style. The different kinds of thread that make up this fabric give it unique, irregular appearance. Karl Lagerfeld creates audacious, reference-packed designs in exclusive tweeds by Lesage, bold juxtapositions of materials and motifs.

    The tweeds in the 2017/18 Métiers d'art collection are made of wool interwoven with velvet ribbon and lurex thread. Their checked motifs echo the network of canals and bridges in the city of Hamburg, where the collection was presented. Hues ranging from orange to brown with hints of blue evoke the colorful freight containers stacked on the city's docks.

    More on CHANEL Métiers d’art on chanel.com

  • June 13th, 2018

    BRAIDED JEWELRIES

    Embellished with glass beads, jewelleries made by Desrues for the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection take the shape of thin braids.

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