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FALL-WINTER 2017/18
READY-TO-WEAR CAMPAIGN

Cara Delevingne and Lily-Rose Depp star together in Karl Lagerfeld's shoot for the Fall-Winter 2017/18 Ready-to-Wear campaign.

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© Olivier Saillant

SHOOTING OF THE CAMPAIGN
BY KARL LAGERFELD

Behind the scenes at the Fall-Winter 2017/18 Ready-to-Wear campaign with Lily-Rose Depp and Cara Delevingne.

THE TWO TONES BOOTS

For the Fall-Winter 2017/18 pre-collection, Karl Lagerfeld has created a new variant on the two tone shoe, with pointed suede boots tipped with black satin, in hues of beige, gray, black, mallard green, and a palette of blues and reds.

The pre-collection boots are available in store and on chanel.com

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FALL-WINTER 2017/18
PRE-COLLECTION

The Dutch model Luna Bijl showcases the Fall-Winter 2017/18 pre-collection in a photoshoot by Karl Lagerfeld.

The collection is available in store and on chanel.com

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© Olivier Saillant

SHOOTING THE FALL-WINTER 2017/18
PRE-COLLECTION

Behind the scenes with Karl Lagerfeld and the model Luna Bijl at the Fall-Winter 2017/18 pre-collection shoot.

THE GOUACHÉ

The gouaché or gouache-colored drawing is the intermediate step between the designer’s drawing and the finished piece completed in the workshop. 
This drawing, colored with fine gouache, represents the piece in its exact size. The colors reproduce the sparkle of the gemstones and the plays of light of the precious materials. The piece comes alive when placed over a black sheet the Creative Studio chooses specially to enhance the work in the drawing. 
Completely done by hand, it preserves the lines and spirit of each creation.

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"BIJOUX DE DIAMANTS" COLLECTION

Mademoiselle Privé Seoul displays the "Bijoux de Diamants" collection that was created in 1932 by Gabrielle Chanel. In the original press kit released in the occasion of the first presentation, Gabrielle Chanel stated:
“In my profession, any means is legitimate, provided it is only used in the true spirit of fashion. I started creating costume jewelry because I felt that it was refreshingly free of arrogance, during a period that tended towards ostentatious displays of luxury. This consideration faded into the background during the economic recession, when, in every sphere of life, there emerged and instinctive desire for authenticity, and amusing trinkets were once again put into their proper perspective. If I have chosen diamonds, it is because they represent the greatest value in the smallest volume. And my love of things that glitter has inspired me to try to combine elegance and fashion through the medium of jewelry.“ Paris, 1932

EXTRACT FROM THE FALL-WINTER 2017/18 HAUTE COUTURE SHOW

"It’s a vision of a revived Parisian woman, it is all about cut, shapes, silhouettes. Here the line is very delineated and graphic” Karl Lagerfeld

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