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© Olivier Saillant

THE CAMELLIA
THROUGH THE EYES OF JIYOUNG LEE

Seen in numerous creations of the House, Gabrielle Chanel’s favorite flower, the camellia was recreated in glass by South Korean artist Jiyoung Lee for Mademoiselle Privé Seoul.

The subtle translucent layers of the sculpture conceal the details of the orange inner layers in the center that symbolize creativity and energy. The combination of solid glass, complex internal structure, and hand-finished surface reflects CHANEL's craftmanship. 

Thanks to Clara Scremini Gallery, modern glass and ceramic expert.

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AT THE D MUSEUM

The setting of the new edition of Mademoiselle Privé Seoul blends in the architecture of the D Museum in Hannam Dong neighbourhood. Visitors wander across areas dedicated to Haute Couture, CHANEL fragrance and the Bijoux de diamants collection among others recalling the House’s sources of creation.

There exhibition is opened from June 23rd to July 19th.

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MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ SEOUL
PRIVATE OPENING

D Museum, the host of Mademoiselle Privé new edition in Seoul, has opened its doors for a preview.

Among guests, G-Dragon, Shin Hye Park, Irene Kim and Caroline de Maigret, the House’s ambassadors as well as Soo Joo Park and Rinko Kikuchi have been immersed in the origins of CHANEL’s creations.

The evening turned to a party with a DJ set of Soo Joo Park warming up the S Factory for G-Dragon’s private concert.

The exhibition opens to public on June 23rd.
www.mademoiselleprive.chanel.com

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