• January 20th, 2018
    KEIRA KNIGHTLEY <BR />SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

    KEIRA KNIGHTLEY
    SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

    At the Sundance Film Festival, which honors independent film-making, 
Keira Knightley wore an ensemble from the Paris‑Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection. The actress took the role of the French writer Colette in the film of the same name by Wash Westmoreland, presented at the festival.

    #CHANELMetiersdArt

    © Jason Merritt

  • January 18th, 2018

    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ
    — PODCAST #3
    WITH WYMAN WONG

    In this new podcast 3.55 of Mademoiselle Privé, Tiffany Godoy hosts Hong Kong based lyricist Wyman Wong. Together, they talked about what he needs to create, his passion for Tokyo and Hong Kong, and his experience with a fortune teller. 



    Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts

    © Anne Combaz

  • January 18th, 2018

    HAUTE COUTURE
    IN THE SPOTLIGHT

    The "Mademoiselle Privé" exhibition in Hong Kong showcases Haute Couture. The fitting and sewing processes are presented in a room filled with the sounds of the ateliers, echoed in the dress toiles hanging in the exhibition space.

    The creativity of Karl Lagerfeld and the craftsmanship of the CHANEL ateliers are reflected in the twelve dresses on display. Innovative techniques such as concrete embroideries and 3-D printing inspire their ever-evolving expertise.

    © Olivier Saillant

  • January 17th, 2018
    HAUTE COUTURE

    HAUTE COUTURE

    "Haute Couture is the extreme luxury. It is perfection with a unique personality. It has to do with patience and with modern and current times. Haute Couture is a maximum symbol of artisan’s refinement and beauty. This is the beauty and the magic of it." Karl Lagerfeld

  • January 17th, 2018
    31 RUE CAMBON, PARIS <BR />RECONSTRUCTION IN HONG KONG

    31 RUE CAMBON, PARIS
    RECONSTRUCTION IN HONG KONG

    The "Mademoiselle Privé" exhibition in Hong Kong opens with a reminder of the facade of Number 31 rue Cambon in Paris. This iconic location is home not only to the CHANEL boutique but also to the studio where Karl Lagerfeld creates the collections in close collaboration with the ateliers. On the upper floor, accessed via the famous mirror-lined staircase, is Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment. This particular layout of the space, connecting the private apartment, the ateliers, and the boutique, has remained unchanged since its design in 1918 by Gabrielle Chanel.

    © Olivier Saillant

  • January 17th, 2018

    "STYLE TALK"
    WITH CAROLINE DE MAIGRET

    During her visit to Hong Kong for the new Mademoiselle Privé exhibition, House ambassador Caroline de Maigret discussed with Tiffany Godoy in the CHANEL Lee Garden One boutique.

    More details on cdmdiary.com

    © Anne Combaz

  • January 17th, 2018
    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ <BR /> — PODCAST #2 <BR />WITH ALMA JODOROSWKY

    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ
    — PODCAST #2
    WITH ALMA JODOROSWKY

    During the opening of the Mademoiselle Privé’s exhibition, French actress and singer Alma Jodorowsky discussed with Tiffany Godoy about her first night out in Hong Kong and her love for the 60’s.

    Find the full podcast on Apple Podcast

    © Anne Combaz

  • January 16th, 2018

    PARTICIPATORY SCULPTURE BY S.K. LAM

    For the new Mademoiselle Privé exhibition, S.K. LAM, Hong Kong-based artist and founder of the creative studio “AllRightsReserved” revisits the camellia, Gabrielle Chanel’s favorite flower. The participatory sculpture “Camellia Light” is continually redefined by visitors who add paper camellias that are provided.

  • January 16th, 2018

    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ
    — PODCAST #1
    WITH KEVIN MA

    For this first 3.55 podcast of Mademoiselle Privé Hong Kong, Tiffany Godoy is welcoming Kevin Ma, founder of men's fashion website Hypebeast. 



    The Hong Kongese entrepreneur talks about his passion for design and how technology inspires him.

    Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast

    © Anne Combaz

  • January 16th, 2018
    "DROPPING PEARLS"

    "DROPPING PEARLS"

    According to artist Anothermountainman, pearls — which were so dear to Gabrielle Chanel — are objects of femininity: their roundness and lustre denote sophistication. In his video ”Dropping Pearls”, he imagines a story of Gabrielle Chanel dancing during a dinner. Her strand of pearls suddenly breaks and pearls drop to the ground. Each movement encapsulates beauty and elegance.

    Stanley Wong Ping Pui, also known as Anothermountainman, is a Hong Kongese artist, curator and movie producer. He won different awards locally and regionally with his art projects.

    © Olivier Saillant

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