With the premiere of December, the countdown to say goodbye to this year 2021 has begun. Chanel wants to say goodbye in a big way, that is why it has just presented its Métiers d’Art collection 2021 / 2022 where metropolitan but very sophisticated pieces have paraded to enchant those present (and all of us who were behind the computer screens). With groundbreaking pieces like a tweed jacket with sweatshirt sleeves, these proposals promise to become iconic – something normal at the maison -.
Virginie Viard once again demonstrates her full potential, expanding the legacy of Karl Lagerfeld and leaving her own DNA in each of her proposals . With a luxurious enclave, the building will 19 M – designed by French architect Rudi Ricciotti-, it has created to bring together all the Métiers d’Art businesses in a single constellation of elegance. With this, the firm has wanted to reaffirm its desire to celebrate this exceptional artisan heritage.
Many of the embroideries have been inspired by the structure of the building itself and those in the graffiti style gained strength and drama when dressed with colored beads.
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From the catwalk to the street Synonymous with elegance and luxury, many of its proposals could step on the street style in the coming months. Versatile and key pieces streetwear that perfectly combine elegance and casual comfort.
Unique pieces that could be seen on a red carpet When we talk about Chanel we refer to unique garments that ooze savoir faire . The celebrities make us dream of their looks on the red carpets, and within this collection we find the perfect outfits for any red carpet. How could it be otherwise, the black and white color pairing has been present to remind us of the origins of the maison .
you19 M In triangular shape and with 25. 000 square meters, this building brings together an irreplaceable collection of specialized companies: expert suppliers in embroidery, feathers, pleated fabrics, pearls, boots and gloves, as well as Haute Couture and ready-to-wear houses high-end.
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