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TRAILER OF "THE RETURN"
A FILM DIRECTED BY KARL LAGERFELD

In December 1953, Coco Chanel began her incredible return to center stage. The designer reopens her Haute Couture house after fifteen years of absence. The collection is welcomed by the French press with an icy silence. Only the American media supports the looks that define the rebirth of Chanel's style. The Return retraces this determining period, that shaped the legend of the designer of rue Cambon forever.

The Return features Geraldine Chaplin in the role of Gabrielle Chanel, Rupert Everett, Anna Mouglalis, Lady Amanda Harlech, Arielle Dombasle, the model Kati Nescher, as well as Vincent Darré and Sam McKnight. This new film imagined, written and directed by Karl Lagerfeld, will premiere in Dallas on December 10th as an introduction to the 2013/14 Métiers d'Art fashion show, at 6:30pm local time, and broadcasted simultaneously on chanel.com.

Soundtrack: Francis Poulenc "Sonate pour hautbois et piano, Op. 185 : Scherzo"

"THE RETURN" TEASER #2
GERALDINE CHAPLIN, INCREDIBLE COCO

It takes an out of the ordinary actor to interpret the role of Coco Chanel at the moment she takes the comeback of her career: reopening her couture house after 15 years of absence. Geraldine Chaplin incarnates the designer with accuracy and precision, to the point of expressing her most natural emotions.
The Return, the film imagined, written and directed by Karl Lagerfeld, takes place in 1954, when Gabrielle Chanel creates - against all odds - a new collection that shakes up the codes of fashion and defines Chanel's style forever.

The Return will be revealed in Dallas, Texas, on December 10th, as an opening for the 2013/14 Métiers d'Art fashion show titled "Paris-Dallas".

Soundtrack: Francis Poulenc "Sonate pour hautbois et piano, Op. 185 : Scherzo"

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NUMÉROS PRIVÉS IN MOSCOW

On November 27th, Chanel celebrated Numéros Privés at the historic Chertkov Mansion in Moscow. Guests wandered through an installation featuring Chanel’s iconic codes.

Photo by Olivier Saillant

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