Chanel has always inspired us with creative designs which remain classical overtime.
The beauty of Karl Lagerfeld’s imagination roots from his admiration for simplicity and elegance, “We need houses as we need clothes, architecture stimulates fashion. It’s like hunger and thirst — you need them both.”
Karl describes the mastery of Fashion as is the craftsmanship of Architecture, both of which belong to a bigger dimension encompassing creativity – ultimately art.
Chanel dedicates one of it’s 6 Fashion Shows a year to cultural art from inspirations all over the world, named ‘Métiers d’Art’ translated from French as Artistic crafts.
Gabrielle Coco Chanel, French designer & founder of Chanel believed in the importance of redefining the image of a woman within society. Creating attire in order to liberate women, today Chanel has become a world-renowned legacy.
Her passion & drive lives endlessly through her brand by draping the chic woman in an elegant yet simple persona through her choice of wardrobe.
Chanel is more than a Fashion brand, today we see Chanel involved in art exhibitions all over the world. A luxury designer, Karl Lagerfeld has enabled the brand to glorify into boundaries Coco would have appreciated being apart of.
The United States plays a major role in the return of Chanel in Paris,1954. The upcoming Paris-Dallas Métiers d’Art show is in acknowledgment of the United States aiding Chanel’s comeback which has allowed the brand to become whats it is today.
A short film will be showcased at the beginning of the show in Dallas, Texas on December 10th 2013 6.30pm local time. The Screening & the fashion show will take place in Dallas Fair Park, a historical exhibition venue married with art deco architecture.
“Fashion is architecture, it’s a matter of proportions” – Coco Chanel
Chanel combines classical luxury with modern creativity as it reinvents itself with innovative ideas.
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Meanwhile enjoy this teaser below to the short film “The Return”
Click Here for Video – CHANEL ‘The Return’ 2013