• 1 de octubre de 2015
    BILLETE PARA EL DESFILE<BR />PRÊT-À-PORTER PV 2016

    BILLETE PARA EL DESFILE
    PRÊT-À-PORTER PV 2016

    El Grand Palais, París.
    Martes, 6 de octubre a las 10h30.

    #chanelairlines

     

  • 1 de octubre de 2015
    ELEGANCIA

    ELEGANCIA

    "La elegancia no tiene nada que ver con las prendas, ni la edad, ni el origen social, ni la raza, ni la figura, ni nada. Es una actitud contraria a la vulgaridad, pero también es una actitud moral, no moralista... La elegancia es el lujo que uno no puede comprar. Una persona "elegante" lo es siempre". Karl Lagerfeld.

  • 30 de septiembre de 2015
    LA PAUSA

    LA PAUSA

    On September 30, 1928, Gabrielle Chanel acquires a piece of land on the heights of Roquebrune overlooking Cap-Martin and sets about constructing her Mediterranean villa, the only ever house she was to design and decorate from A-Z. She commissions Robert Streitz, a young architect she had met through the Duke of Westminster, to oversee the project.

    Completed in no time, the villa is delivered in January 1930 and is baptized "La Pausa" referring to a chapel that once stood on the site where Mary Magdalene is said to have “paused” on her journey from Jerusalem.
    Its architecture boasts several references to the Aubazine Abbey where Gabrielle spent her childhood. In the entrance hall she commissions a replica of the abbey’s grand stone staircase, which becomes the house’s central feature; the villa’s three buildings are grouped around a patio edged by cloister pillars.
    La Pausa’s interior evokes simplicity and elegance with white open spaces offset by warm rustic furniture, shimmering carpets, sunburst mirrors and giant chandeliers, lending a sense of modernity to the whole.
    In 1930, press coverage includes a piece in American Vogue entitled "The Dwelling of Mademoiselle Chanel".
     
    Indeed it was a special place for Gabrielle Chanel who for the next 20 years spends her vacations there, surrounded by close friends: the Duke of Westminster, Jean Cocteau, Salvador Dalì and his wife Gala (the artist painted "L’Instant Sublime" there), Serge Lifar, Jean and Valentine Hugo, Misia Sert, Paul Iribe, Pierre Reverdy and Gabrielle Labrunie, her young niece.

    Following the Duke of Westminster’s death in 1954, Gabrielle Chanel sells the villa and its contents to the American author and publisher Emery Reeves who in turn entertains houseguests including Winston Churchill, Greta Garbo and Jackie Onassis.

    Françoise-Claire Prodhon

    ©CHANEL Photograph: Laurent Meesemaecker

  • 28 de septiembre de 2015
    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ : <BR />THE "BIJOUX DE DIAMANTS" COLLECTION WORN BY CELEBRITIES

    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ :
    THE "BIJOUX DE DIAMANTS" COLLECTION WORN BY CELEBRITIES

    For the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition to be held at the Saatchi Gallery, Karl Lagerfeld photographed portraits of celebrities wearing pieces from the re-edition of the "Bijoux de Diamants" collection. The photo shoot gathered Kristen Stewart, Lily‑Rose Depp, Vanessa Paradis, Keira Knightley, Stella Tennant and Julianne Moore, interviewed for this occasion.

    More information on Mademoiselleprive.chanel.com

  • 24 de septiembre de 2015
    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ: <BR />UPCOMING EXHIBITION <BR />LONDON, OCTOBER 13TH

    MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ:
    UPCOMING EXHIBITION
    LONDON, OCTOBER 13TH

    An enchanted journey through the House’s creativity at the Saatchi Gallery.
    More information on Mademoiselleprive.chanel.com

  • 22 de septiembre de 2015

    TILDA SWINTON, VOGUE KOREA

    Tilda Swinton, photographed by Hong Jang Hyun, was wearing pieces from the Fall-Winter 2015/16 Ready-to-Wear collection for Vogue Korea's August issue.

  • 22 de septiembre de 2015
    EL EFECTO SLINGBACK

    EL EFECTO SLINGBACK

  • 21 de septiembre de 2015
    "KOREA NOW!" EXHIBITION

    "KOREA NOW!" EXHIBITION

    "Korea Now! Design, craft, fashion and graphic design in Korea"

    On the occasion of the France‑Korea year inauguration, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs will be showing more than 700 works by artists, craftsmen, designers, fashion and graphic designers, translating the eclectic mix of styles, tastes and contemporary creations of this artistic heritage.

    The Chanel Cruise 2015/16 collection was presented in Seoul, center of cultural melting pot and creative effervescence. Two silhouettes of this collection are featured in this exhibition, illustrating the originality of the traditional Korean costume, the “Hanbok”, as a source of inspiration.

    This initiative reflects the fact that fashion design is now a major aspect of France‑Korean cultural exchanges.

    September 19th, 2015 to January 3rd, 2016
    Musée des Arts Décoratifs
    107, rue de Rivoli
    75001 Paris

  • 17 de septiembre de 2015
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  • 17 de septiembre de 2015
    DIAMOND

    DIAMOND

    Mademoiselle Chanel in November 1932, in the private salons of her townhouse at 29, faubourg Saint‑Honoré in Paris, presented her first - and unique - collection of High Jewelry, entitled “Bijoux de Diamants”. Captivated by the diamond’s sparkling brilliance and purity, for her the chosen stone also represented "in its density, the greatest value in the smallest volume."

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