The 5 most memorable collections of Chanel Métiers d'Art
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On December 4, the 18th Chanel Métiers d'Art collection will be shown in Paris, which are dedicated to the history of the House, its relationship with different countries, and are designed to draw attention to the work of artisan workshops that the brand draws to create collections. Vogue.ua recalls the 5 most memorable shows of Chanel Métiers d'Art.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2014

Paris edinburgh

In December 2012, Karl Lagerfeld called all of Chanel's friends to Linlithgow Scottish Castle, in which he showed a collection inspired by tweed and kilts, a cage and an image of Mary Stuart. The designer then chose Scotland for a reason – in this windy, but very beautiful country, Coco Chanel spent some of the happiest days in her life with her beloved Duke of Westminster.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2013

Chanel Pre-Fall 2013

Chanel Pre-Fall 2013

Paris-Moscow

Coco Chanel has always admired Russian culture, and Stravinsky’s ballet and music, with which she was close, were her special passion. Karl Lagerfeld, the founder of Chanel, devoted these hobbies to the collection of the Pre-Fall 2009 season, in which he skillfully beat the Soviet uniform, traditional hats and eternal winter, with which Russia is associated with Europeans.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2009

Chanel Pre-Fall 2009

Chanel Pre-Fall 2009

Paris bombomb

One of the most memorable collections of Chanel Métiers d'Art was the Paris Bombay, which Karl Lagerfeld showed at the Paris Grand Palais. The designer demonstrated on the catwalk his vision of Indian national clothing, which he masterfully combined with Chanel DNA, and also revealed the beauty of Indian jewelry.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2012

Chanel Pre-Fall 2012

Chanel Pre-Fall 2012

Paris dallas

Chanel and the US have always impressed each other. In the 1950s, it was the American market that supported Coco Chanel after returning to the fashion arena. In 1957, she received the Neiman Marcus Fashion Award here for the most popular collection of women's clothing and this historical fact inspired Lagerfeld to create a collection about the culture of the Wild West.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2014

Chanel Pre-Fall 2014

Chanel Pre-Fall 2014

Paris rome

Two years ago, Karl Lagerfeld went to the Roman film studio "Chinechitta" to recreate in her pavilions the real Parisian atmosphere for the new show Chanel Metiers d'Art. Unlike past seasons, this collection did not have any special historical references – the designer focused more on mood, combining French seductiveness with Italian impudence.

Chanel Pre-Fall 2016

Chanel Pre-Fall 2016

Chanel Pre-Fall 2016

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