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SAILOR BAG

Inspired by canvas seabags, the Métiers d'art 2017/18 collection duffel bag is adding energy to the silhouette. This cylindrical woolen bag has a padded leather base with an embroidered "Paris-Hamburg" motif featuring Karl Lagerfeld‘s signature.

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© Olivier Saillant

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TWEED IN THE COLORS OF THE CITY

Wool, velvet ribbons and lurex thread intertwine to create a range of tweed motifs. These creations are colorful constellations of honeycombed and embossed textures.

The colors of the city and its tangle of streets, canals, and bridges inspired this season’s fabrics. Each tweed takes on ochre hues, echoing Hamburg’s brick walls and port warehouses.

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DETAILS AND KNOW-HOW FROM
THE METIERS D'ART COLLECTION

The collection showcases CHANEL’s Métiers d’art, from Lesage tweed and the Maison Michel’s sailor caps to the Maison Desrues’ strings of pearls inspired by ships’ rigging. Feather-embellished striped sailor jerseys, camellia petals shaped like propellers, cufflinks adorned with anchors, clutch purses that nod to shipping containers, and all bring the skill of CHANEL’s embroiderers, weavers, jewelers and featherwork specialists to this season’s looks.

EXTRACT FROM THE
PARIS-HAMBURG SHOW

The Paris-Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection, showcased in the port of Hamburg, at the Elbphilharmonie.

See the full show on chanel.com

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THE GUESTS AT THE
PARIS-HAMBURG SHOW

The Paris-Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection gathered the House ambassadors and the friends of the House in Hamburg. Kristen Stewart, Lily-Rose Depp, Tilda Swinton, Phoebe Tonkin and Marine Vacth were among the guests invited at the Elbphilharmonie.

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