• 5 de julio de 2016
    THE SHOW DECOR

    THE SHOW DECOR

    Fall-Winter 2016/17 Haute Couture

    © Olivier Saillant

  • 5 de julio de 2016
    SILHOUETTE FROM THE COLLECTION

    SILHOUETTE FROM THE COLLECTION

    The press kit of the Fall‑Winter 2016/17 Haute Couture collection shot by Karl Lagerfeld.

    See the photos on chanel.com

  • 5 de julio de 2016
    IMMERSION IN THE ATELIERS <BR />RUE CAMBON

    IMMERSION IN THE ATELIERS
    RUE CAMBON

    When you enter the ateliers, you accept to go beyond the reign of brands and images into a place of humility. At first everything seems silent, but this is quickly punctuated by the delicate sounds of breathing and the occasional sigh, or the sound of a tool being laid down, picked up, handled. And the gentle rustle of fabrics – tulles or satin – nearly a murmur.

    Each gesture defies time and patience. And although the seamstresses each appear isolated and concentrating on their work, this is a collective effort, like a stage production, to bring the sketch to life. But Haute Couture is also an adventure into unknown territory, exploring different materials; discovering them intuitively, with the hands and the eyes, to give birth to a silhouette, to shapes. The materials are tamed and led in a dance until they finally fall perfectly.

    This is the challenge: to take the lines of a sketch and transform them into a tour de force, with a myriad of invisible details.

    Angelo Cirimele

    © Sketch by Karl Lagerfeld for the invitation to the Fall-Winter 2016/17 Haute Couture show.

  • 28 de junio de 2016
    WILLOW SMITH <BR />FACE OF THE EYEWEAR CAMPAIGN

    WILLOW SMITH
    FACE OF THE EYEWEAR CAMPAIGN

    The young actress was chosen by Karl Lagerfeld as the face of the new Fall‑Winter 2016/17 Eyewear campaign.

  • 20 de junio de 2016
    THE CAPE

    THE CAPE

    For the Paris in Rome 2015/16 Métiers d'Art collection, Karl Lagerfeld reinvents the round Berthe collar, worn as a cape over dresses and coats.

    © Anne Combaz

  • 17 de junio de 2016
    DETAIL OF A DRESS <BR />2015/16 MÉTIERS D'ART

    DETAIL OF A DRESS
    2015/16 MÉTIERS D'ART

    Photographed for the Spring‑Summer 2016 issue of "Cabana" magazine, this dress from the Paris in Rome 2015/16 collection, in lace embroidered with tiny beads and white leather "farfalle" bows, was created in the rue Cambon ateliers together with the Maison Lesage.

  • 16 de junio de 2016
    COLORS AND FABRICS

    COLORS AND FABRICS

    The hues of late autumn in Rome are added to the House's traditional beige and black: tweed, mohair and leather feature in a brown, ochre and orange palette.

    © Benoit Peverelli

  • 15 de junio de 2016
    IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ZHOU XUN, BEIJING

    IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ZHOU XUN, BEIJING

  • 10 de junio de 2016
    THE BLACK LACE DRESS

    THE BLACK LACE DRESS

    Fine lace and delicate flounces adorn this iconic dress for the Paris in Rome 2015/16 Métiers d'Art collection.

    © Benoit Peverelli

  • 9 de junio de 2016
    MÉTIERS D'ART KNOW-HOW <BR />1. TWEED AND EMBROIDERIES

    MÉTIERS D'ART KNOW-HOW
    1. TWEED AND EMBROIDERIES

    It all starts when Karl Lagerfeld sketches his collection. The drawings are then made up, creating ongoing discussions between the Studio, the ateliers and the Maisons d'Art.

    The Lemarié Atelier
    Using a sample approved by the Studio, the design is created on tracing paper. Flowers and leaves are cut from leather and little squares from tweed and lace. These are then arranged, sewn in place and embellished with rhinestones.

    The Chanel Ateliers
    The embroidered lace is sent back to rue Cambon to be assembled. The cape and the dress are tried on a wooden tailor's dummy to check that the proportions and the silhouette are in line with Karl Lagerfeld's original vision.

    Karl Lagerfeld's Studio
    The cape and the dress are then accessorised. Finally, the look is subject to approval by Karl Lagerfeld during the final fitting a few days before the show.

    The Paris in Rome Métiers d'Art collection is available in boutiques.

    © Anne Combaz

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