Métiers d'Art 2020/21

the
maisons
d’art
ateliers
as
seen
by
Juergen
teller

Paruriers, feathermakers, milliners, embroiderers, shoemakers, goldsmiths, glovemakers, pleaters… As privileged partners of CHANEL, the Maisons d’art are at the heart of the Métiers d’art collection, which is dedicated to their work.

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LOGNON

PLEATER SINCE 1853

Lognon is renowned for its oustanding crafts known as the “plissé au métier” with the help of cardboard moulds. Thanks to the transmission of these perfectly mastered skills, its artisans thus ennoble all sorts of fabrics, including silk, organza, chiffon, tulle, velvet and even tweed.

Lognon joined Lemarié, one of the CHANEL Métiers d’art, in 2013.

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LEMARIÉ

FEATHER AND FLOWER MAKER
SINCE 1880

An expert in flowers and in feathers, Lemarié also excels at couture (incrustations, flounces, sophisticated smocking…) and the creation of pleats.

Lemarié joined the CHANEL Métiers d’art in 1996.

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MASSARO

SHOEMAKER SINCE 1894

From the measuring to the finishing touches, a design made by Massaro requires between 30 and 50 hours of work. Materials, colours and embellishments are combined in tune with the different CHANEL collections.

Massaro joined the CHANEL Métiers d’art in 2002.

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montex

EMBROIDERER SINCE 1939

In its search for new materials and state-of-the-art techniques, the Montex atelier is constantly pushing the limits of the imagination.

Montex joined the CHANEL Métiers d'art in 2011.

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GOOSSENS

GOLDSMITH SINCE 1950

Created by Robert Goossens, the house of goldsmithery has been transforming bronze, rock crystal, wood and glass paste into exceptional jewels and adornments for CHANEL collections.

Goossens joined the CHANEL Métiers d’art in 2005.

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MAISON MICHEL

HATTER AND MILLINER SINCE 1936

A creative laboratory in perpetual evolution, hatter Maison Michel makes all hats for the CHANEL collections.

Maison Michel joined the CHANEL Métiers d'art in 1997.

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LESAGE

EMBROIDERER SINCE 1858 AND
TWEED MAKER

For CHANEL’s Haute Couture, Ready-to-Wear and accessories, Lesage creates embroideries and elaborate tweed weaves that require an exceptional savoir-faire and can take hundreds of hours to make.

Lesage joined the CHANEL’s Métiers d’art in 2002.

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