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3.55 MÉTIERS D'ART PODCAST — CHRISTELLE KOCHER FOR LEMARIÉ

Christelle Kocher, artistic director of Maison Lemarié, was Joana Preiss’s guest in this new series of podcasts devoted to the Métiers d’art. Founded in 1880, the Lemarié atelier specializes in four fine crafts: feather-making, flower-making, pleating, and needlework, drawing on French craftsmanship passed down through generations. The two women talked about the creative dialogue that is forged between the various Maisons d’art and the CHANEL studio directed by Karl Lagerfeld and Virginie Viard with each new collection. It is this two-way collaboration between the couture House and the Métiers d’art that results in exceptional pieces such as the sailor top embroidered with handpainted feathers in the Paris-Hamburg collection.

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3.55 MÉTIERS D'ART PODCAST —
HUBERT BARRÈRE FOR LESAGE

For this new series of podcasts devoted to the Métiers d'art, Joana Preiss talked with Hubert Barrère, artistic director of the Lesage embroidery atelier founded in 1958. Hubert Barrère explained how the Lesage heritage builds the future and stimulates innovation through combining traditional craftsmanship with 21st century techniques. In the creation of each new collection, the CHANEL studio works with the Lesage ateliers to produce unique pieces such as silver beads-embroidered ribbed caps and tops from the Paris-Hamburg collection.

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3.55 CHANEL MÉTIERS D'ART
PODCAST

In the sixth chapter of the CHANEL podcast, Joana Preiss meets the artistic directors of the CHANEL Maisons d'art closely linked with the couture studios directed by Karl Lagerfeld and Virginie Viard. Within each of these ateliers, home to exceptional skills and expertise, a creative dialogue is forged between fine crafts and the CHANEL ateliers.

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NEW VOLUME:
THE PARIS HAMBURG-SAILOR BAG

Worn over the shoulder, the sailor bag made of wool and leather is embroidered with the name of the collection and embodies the masculine-feminine codes.

The collection is available in boutiques and on chanel.com

SAILOR CAP

The cap by Maison Michel is made of wool and vinyl, with sparkling silver embroidery by atelier montex on the peak.

The collection is now available in boutiques and on chanel.com

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A DETAIL OF CAFTSMANSHIP:
CAPS BY MAISON MICHEL

In a dialogue with the collections, Maison Michel creates the hats that accessorize the silhouettes. Boaters, veiled fascinators, caps and beanies revisit the hat repertory in a myriad of variations on the CHANEL style. The milliner keeps more than three thousand oval hat blocks, sculpted from soft limewood to answer Karl Lagerfeld's creativity.

In a collaborative ballet of fine craftsmanship, embroideries by Maison Lesage ornate the Paris-Hamburg caps made by the milliners of Maison Michel.

More about the CHANEL Métiers d’art on chanel.com

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PARIS-HAMBURG
SAILOR CAPS

Sailor caps by Maison Michel encapsulate the spirit of the collection. Made of tweed or wool, with braiding by Maison Lesage or chased brooches by Maison Desrues, the Paris-Hamburg Métiers d’art caps combine all the Maisons d’art crafts.

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© Photos Stefano Galuzzi, Realisation Anne-Sophie Thomas, Hair Laurent Philippon, Make-up Christophe Danchaud for Marie Claire France.

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© Photos Stefano Galuzzi, Realisation Anne-Sophie Thomas, Hair Laurent Philippon, Make-up Christophe Danchaud for Marie Claire France.

VANESSA PARADIS
MARIE CLAIRE FRANCE

The actress and CHANEL ambassador wore a knitted sweater with a sailor cap from the Paris-Hamburg collection for a photo shoot with Stefano Galuzzi for Marie Claire France magazine.

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A DETAIL OF CRAFTSMANSHIP:
MAISON DESRUES BUTTONS

Desrues draws on its age-old heritage to develop its techniques, while making use of cutting-edge innovations. Its artisans cast, carve, gild and polish the precious jewels and buttons for CHANEL's collections.
Meticulously chased, the designs of Desrues come in colors and motifs that evoke the collection's maritime theme.

Chiseled by the Maison Desrues craftsmen, the buttons adorn the drop front trousers and skirts of the Paris-Hamburg 2017/18 Métiers d’art collection.

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COPER TONED TWEED

The copper toned tweed comes in a shape of a suit that draws its lines from a captain peacoat and on the sequins embroidered caps.

The collection is now available in boutiques and on chanel.com

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