• April 30th, 2018
    3.55 CHANEL IN HYÈRES — <BR />PODCAST WITH LOU DOILLON

    3.55 CHANEL IN HYÈRES —
    PODCAST WITH LOU DOILLON

    Lou Doillon is the very definition of a multifaceted artist: a singer/songwriter, an illustrator, an actress and now a band leader, she has learnt to navigate between different creative processes. She tells Audrey Marnay about the role of emotions in songwriting, and the most inspiring theme of all: love.

    Listen to the episode on apple.podcast.com/chanel
    #CHANELinHyères

    © Anne Combaz

  • April 29th, 2018
    3.55 CHANEL IN HYÈRES — <BR />PODCAST WITH MALIK DJOUDI

    3.55 CHANEL IN HYÈRES —
    PODCAST WITH MALIK DJOUDI

    How does an artist transform his emotions into music? Can melancholy be turned into a creative tool? French singer-songwriter Malik Djoudi opens up to Audrey Marnay.

    Listen to the episode on apple.podcast.com/chanel
    #CHANELinHyères

    © Anne Combaz

  • April 29th, 2018
    3.55 PODCAST <BR />AT THE HYÈRES FESTIVAL

    3.55 PODCAST
    AT THE HYÈRES FESTIVAL

    In the 3.55 CHANEL in Hyères podcast, guests from the world of art, culture and fashion share with personalities close to the House their vision on themes that are dear to CHANEL: creativity, art, style and inspirations. In this new series of episodes, recorded during the 33rd edition of the Festival in Hyères, a fashion, photography and fashion accessories festival held at the Villa Noailles in the South of France, model and actress Audrey Marnay explores the theme of creativity with artists and jury members. Where does creation come from? Are we born creative? How do you reinvent your creative process? Jean‑Pierre Blanc, Bettina Rheims, Tilda Swinton, Lou Doillon and India Mahdavi define their personal perception of creativity.

    Listen on apple.podcast.com/chanel
    #CHANELinHyeres

  • April 28th, 2018

    LEMARIÉ ATELIER
    AT THE HYÈRES FESTIVAL

    At the Villa Noailles, Lemarié offers festival goers the opportunity to attend an embroidery workshop and discover CHANEL's Métiers d'art. Christelle Kocher, the artistic director of the House and president of the Fashion Accessories jury, came up with the concept of a white tablecloth, which each visitor is invited to embellish with embroidered motifs. These are always floral or plant-inspired and are composed of Lemarié's favorite materials: rhinestones, silk, cotton, and Rhodoid. Renewing its partnership with the Hyères Festival is a way for Lemarié to share its skills and craftsmanship.

    © Anne Combaz

  • April 28th, 2018

    LEMARIÉ EXHIBITION
    AT VILLA NOAILLES

    At the 33rd Hyères Festival in the South of France, CHANEL pays tribute to the unique expertise of the feather and flower embroideries maker Lemarié. The House's exhibition at the Villa Noailles explores the relationship between design, craft, luxury and fashion.

    The exhibition is designed to showcase the precise hand skills of the craftsmen and craftswomen: cutting, crimping, sticking, assembling, curling, fraying, folding and inlaying. A metal structure in the middle of the room displays black-and-white photographs illustrating the various techniques used. The feathers, floral and folded adornments created in the Lemarié atelier, illuminate each collection of CHANEL designs.

    This invitation to discover and appreciate the craft tradition of Lemarié is a way for CHANEL to support the transmission of its Métiers d'art.

    © Anne Combaz

  • April 28th, 2018
    SUMMER POP UP BOUTIQUE<BR/ > IN SAINT-TROPEZ

    SUMMER POP UP BOUTIQUE
    IN SAINT-TROPEZ

    Saint‑Tropez on the French Riviera encapsulates the Mediterranean lifestyle. And it's here in this village that CHANEL has, every year for the last nine years, opened its pop-up boutique. For the duration of the summer, a new decor is created at the mansion 'La Mistralée', located between the Old Port and the Place des Lices. This season, the interior is a blend of rough and raw ornamentation and geometrical design, echoing the Hamburg docks that inspired the 2017/18 Métiers d'art collection. Metal walls with circular openings like portholes showcase the CHANEL designs. The space extends to a pool house by a shady garden with palm trees and cacti.

    Until October 28
    1, avenue du Général Leclerc
    Saint‑Tropez, France

    © Olivier Saillant

  • April 27th, 2018
    VILLA NOAILLES <BR />BY KARL LAGERFELD

    VILLA NOAILLES
    BY KARL LAGERFELD

    Located in the hills rising above Hyères in the South of France, Villa Noailles is a hub for artistic encounters. Designed by the modernist architect Robert Mallet‑Stevens between 1924 and 1932, this cubist building is forever imbued with the spirit of the artists who visited the house or lived there, from Buñuel to Man Ray, Dalí, and Cocteau. Karl Lagerfeld devoted a series of photographs to the villa, inspired by its avant-garde architecture.

    Overlooking the bay of Hyères, the home of art patrons Marie‑Laure and Charles De Noailles has a freely designed layout providing new and unusual viewpoints. Conceived as an artists' residence, it fosters a blend of culture and leisure, reflecting a new way of living. From the 1930s, the De Noailles brought together figures from the worlds of art, fashion, design and literature under its roof. It's a tradition that endures to this day courtesy of the Hyères Festival.

  • April 27th, 2018
    THE HYÈRES FESTIVAL <BR />SUPPORTING YOUNG ARTISTS <BR />AND DESIGNERS

    THE HYÈRES FESTIVAL
    SUPPORTING YOUNG ARTISTS
    AND DESIGNERS

    Founded in 1985, the International Festival of Fashion, Fashion Accessories and Photography in Hyères celebrates young fashion creators. The 33rd edition of the festival, in partnership with CHANEL, gives emerging winning designers the opportunity to work on a collection with the Métiers d'art, reflecting their distinct know-how.

    Their experimental and often unexpected collections are showcased at the Villa Noailles. The avant-garde setting of the villa provides the backdrop to inter-disciplinary encounters and dialogues. Here, fashion can interact with design, sculpture, architecture, photography and music. Over a culture-filled weekend, the festival fosters creative collaborations between the fashion crowd, designers and photographers.

    © Anne Combaz

  • April 26th, 2018

    IN THE ATELIERS OF
    MAISON MICHEL AND MONTEX
    WITH MARINA CHEDEL

    CHANEL, a Hyères Festival partner, has invited the winner of the 2017 Fashion Accessories prize Marina Chedel to develop a part of her new collection in collaboration with CHANEL's Métiers d'art, Maison Michel and Montex.

    Inspired by the sea and its waves, the collection plays out in shades of blue. Embellished with ribbons, twists and a patchwork of wool and yarn, the young designer's offering is imbued with the unique craftsmanship of the artisans she encountered. "I was intrigued by their savoir-faire. The embroidery at Montex is very contemporary and architectural. And the work at Maison Michel is precise and majestic, it's been a crazy opportunity learning alongside such talents."

  • April 26th, 2018

    IN THE LESAGE AND GOOSSENS ATELIERS
    WITH VANESSA SCHINDLER

    As partner of the 33rd Hyères Festival, CHANEL supports young creators. The House gave the 2017 Grand Prix winner Vanessa Schindler the opportunity to create a series of accessories and embroidered designs in the ateliers of the CHANEL Maisons d'art.

    For this project, Vanessa Schindler chose to work with the embroidery studio Lesage and the goldsmith Goossens. This partnership reaffirms how interlinked craftsmanship and fashion design truly are: "I wanted my finished pieces to bear the stamp of these two wonderful houses, reflecting my enduring taste for hand skills and craft, both essential and indispensable."

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