• September 9th, 2014

    ANNE BEREST AT THE DEAUVILLE AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

    The writer Anne Berest, Révélation Jury member, wore an embroidered dress from the Fall-Winter 2014/15 Haute Couture collection to the opening ceremony of the 40th Deauville American Film Festival on September 5th.

  • September 9th, 2014

    KIKO MIZUHARA
    SEOUL, AUGUST 29TH

    The model and actress from Japan wears the sneakers from the Fall-Winter 2014/15 collection.

  • September 8th, 2014

    FOCUS ON FALL-WINTER 2014/15 COLLECTION

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

  • September 5th, 2014

    THE CHANEL SNEAKER WILL BE AVAILABLE IN BOUTIQUES AND AT COLETTE FROM SEPTEMBER 8TH

    Chanel, 31 rue Cambon, 75001 Paris
    Colette, 213 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris (until October 4th, 2014)

  • September 2nd, 2014

    VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
    ANNA MOUGLALIS

    Anna Mouglalis, actress in the film "Il Giovane Favoloso", wore a dress from the Fall-Winter 2014/2015 Haute Couture collection for the premiere of the film in Venice on September 1st.

  • September 2nd, 2014

    THE CULTURE CHANEL EXHIBITION OPENING IN KOREA

    Caroline de Maigret wore a black tunic from the Cruise 2015 collection and white trousers from the Fall-Winter 2014/15 pre-collection at the opening of the Culture Chanel exhibition in Seoul on August 29th.

  • August 21st, 2014

    SUMMER AGENDA
    EXHIBITION IN PARIS

    "The 50s - Fashion in France, 1947-1957" exhibition at Palais Galliera

    The remarkable pieces making up this exhibition – some 100 garments and accessories – retrace the evolution of the female form through the decade 1947–1957. Of course, it would be impossible to examine this decisive post-war period without mentioning Gabrielle Chanel and her dramatically innovative line of 1954 with its simple, straight suits.
    This exhibition showcases sophisticated Haute Couture creations as well as the experimental Ready-to-Wear pieces that left their mark on the 1950s. This was Haute Couture's golden age, when Paris regained its title of the world's fashion capital. In addition to its selection of garments and accessories, the exhibition also features graphic documents, magazines, photographs, archive documents and videos.

    On display until November 2, 2014
    Palais Galliera - Musée de la mode de la ville de Paris
    10, avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie, 75016 Paris

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  • August 20th, 2014

    JULIETTE BINOCHE & KRISTEN STEWART ON THE SET OF "SILS MARIA"

    The actresses on the set of Olivier Assayas' latest film "The Clouds of Sils Maria". Juliette Binoche wears an Haute Couture dress.
    Release dates by country.

    Photo by Benoît Peverelli

  • August 18th, 2014
    Par Françoise-Claire Prodhon

    GABRIELLE CHANEL AND DEAUVILLE

    1913: The Normandy coast with its expansive gray-blue skies and beaches still resembled the representations depicted by Eugène Boudin and the Impressionists at the turn of the 19th century... There was no swimming, or very little at most... Visitors splashed about or baited for shrimp, and the more elegant among them were seated under their parasols or withdrew into their canvas sun tents, wearing the same restrictive outfits on the sand as they wore in town. All of them were still unaware that a revolution was underway...

    1913 was the year when Coco Chanel chose to open her first fashion boutique on rue Gontaut-Biron in Deauville.

    This young woman, who successfully opened her first hat store in 1910 called "Chanel Modes" located at 21 rue Cambon in Paris, had established a formidable reputation and had already won over the most elite socialites of the time. However, it was in Deauville where she was the first to invent a sporty sense of style that reflected a changing society, a style that would forever alter the course of women's history.

    Here at this chic resort destination she sold her wide-brimmed hats that were simply decorated with a single feather or ribbon. Yet most importantly, she offered wealthy clients open-air apparel that she displayed along Deauville’s famous boardwalk. The selection notably included the fisherman-inspired striped jersey sweater: yet again, she was able to reinvent a masculine garment and transform a classic work wear item into something comfortable for women who were ever so ready to be liberated from the heavy, corseted silhouette imposed by the “Belle Epoque”. Other outfits followed that embodied casual chic and successfully put everything else out of fashion: striped shirts, sailor pants, and beach pajamas that she accessorized with pearls and camellias loosely stitched to the belt or collar lapel. In Deauville, Gabrielle's boldness paired with the elegance of Adrienne (her young aunt) and her sister Antoinette (both dressed by Chanel) was as surprising as it was seductive. Gabrielle Chanel breathed new life and fresh air into fashion, fully embracing the spirit of the times, which the Avant-gardists were also doing at the same time in other creative fields such as painting, sculpture, literature, poetry, and music.

    Françoise Claire Prodhon

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  • August 13th, 2014

    CULTURE CHANEL EXHIBITION IN KOREA
    "THE SENSE OF PLACES"

    From August 30th until October 5th 2014, the DDP Seoul will house the Culture Chanel exhibition entitled "The Sense of Places". This design museum inaugurated in March 2014 is the work of the architect Zaha Hadid.

    Once again this exhibition has been entrusted to Jean‑Louis Froment, the curator of the previous editions of Culture Chanel, held successively in Moscow’s Pushkin State Museum for Fine Arts in 2007, in Shanghai at the Museum of Contemporary Art and in Beijing at the National Art Museum of China in 2011, and more recently in 2013 at the Opera House in Guangzhou and at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

    Culture Chanel, "The Sense of Places" approaches Chanel’s creative language through the locations that greatly inspired Gabrielle Chanel. Each of the exhibition’s ten sequences acts as a particular landmark in Mademoiselle Chanel’s life story, and the exhibition seeks to highlight the strong influence these places she lived in and loved had in forming her stylistic language.

    From Aubazine to Deauville, from Paris to Venice, Gabrielle Chanel sketches the contours of her world enriched with images and reminiscences. More than 500 pieces including photographs, books, objects, manuscripts, archives and artworks along with fashion, jewelry, watch and perfume creations retrace the life story of this key figure that left an enduring mark on her time. This exhibition reveals the true spirit of Chanel through a subtle play of correspondences, and in a highly original way sheds light on the real and imaginary life of one of the foremost creators of the 20th century.

    From August 30th to October 5th, 2014
    Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

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