The Mademoiselle Privé exhibition in Tokyo is articulated around five sequences staged over two floors, each one based on an emblematic part of Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment at 31 rue Cambon in Paris.
Passing through one chromatic ambiance to another, the exhibition brings together all the integral parts of CHANEL’s aesthetic vocabulary: white for the staircase, beige for the sofa, black for the dining room, red for the writing desk and gold for the fireplace.
Mademoiselle’s apartment is a place of inspiration into the creative worlds of CHANEL. Its atmosphere can be seen as an integral part of the House’s aesthetic vocabulary magnified by Karl Lagerfeld and Virginie Viard.
The exhibition opens its doors at the B&C Hall-Tennoz in Tokyo from October 19th to December 1st.
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