2022/23 Métiers d’art

In the maisons d’art ateliers

The 2022/23 métiers d’art collection enhances the virtuosity of artisans from various Maisons d'art.

The Métiers d’art bring together several hundreds embroiderers, feather workers, flower makers, goldsmiths, pleaters, shoemakers, hatters, milliners, glove makers as well as tanners. Under the impetus of virginie viard, the set of savoir-faire perpetuated and constantly reinvented by these artisans contributes to rendering each creation an exceptional piece.

Lemarié
MAISON MICHEL
lesage
Atelier Montex
GOOSSENS
ATELIERS LOGNON

Lemarié

feather worker since 1880, flower maker, pleater, couture expert and textile ennoblisher

Since the 1960s, CHANEL’s emblematic camellias – like all of Lemarié’s floral ornaments – have been hand assembled petal by petal.

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Since the 1960s, CHANEL’s emblematic camellias – like all of Lemarié’s floral ornaments – have been hand assembled petal by petal. In the completely draught-free workshops of le19M, armfuls of feathers are sorted one by one, then combed, curled or smoothed, glued or even woven. A vital partner to CHANEL for its collections, Lemarié also excels in couture sewing and creates remarkable inlays, flounces, smocks and pleats. Lemarié joined the Fashion Métiers d’art in 1996.

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Lyna khoudri and Caroline de maigret
Atelier montex and Lemarié

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Maison
Michel

hatter and milliner
since 1936

Heir to a savoir-faire established in Paris since the 14th century, Maison Michel preserves and hands down the secrets of hat making.

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Heir to a savoir-faire established in Paris since the 14th century, Maison Michel preserves and hands down the secrets of hat making. In its le19M ateliers, caps and brims are handcrafted on 3,000 lime wood blocks before being embellished with braids, flowers, feathers and other adornments by the House milliners. Maison Michel joined the Fashion Métiers d’art in 1997. Its boaters, veils, caps and berets evolve according to the CHANEL codes and are used to accessorise every collection.

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lesage

EMBROIDERER SINCE 1924
AND TWEED MAKER

A creative legend which has collaborated with the greatest couturiers, Lesage designs and embroiders sumptuous patterns.

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A creative legend which has collaborated with the greatest couturiers, Lesage designs and embroiders sumptuous patterns. Since 1998, it has also been reinventing the tweed so dear to CHANEL, blending woollen yarns with the most unexpected materials. A partner of CHANEL since 1983, Lesage joined the Fashion Métiers d’art in 2002 and continues this fruitful creative dialogue under the impetus of Virginie Viard. At le19M, Lesage brings together its ateliers, its unique collection of samples and its school where embroiderers pass on the secrets of their savoir-faire to the younger generations.

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Whitney Peak and Caroline de Maigret
Lesage

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Atelier
Montex

embroiderer since 1939

Combining ancestral traditions with contemporary creation, this is the magic of the Montex embroidery atelier.

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Combining ancestral traditions with contemporary creation, this is the magic of the Montex embroidery atelier. The sophisticated, modern and precious motifs that contribute to magnifying the CHANEL collections are all made using needlework, a Lunéville crochet hook or with the Cornely, a century-old embroidery machine guided by the hand. Montex joined the Fashion Métiers d’art in 2011.

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GOOSSENS

goldsmith since 1950

Precise gestures, meticulous workmanship, accurate proportions, perfecting the object... Robert Goossens’ technical skills evolved between sculpture and goldsmithing,

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Precise gestures, meticulous workmanship, accurate proportions, perfecting the object... Robert Goossens’ technical skills evolved between sculpture and goldsmithing. from 1954, when he recreated Byzantine jewellery with Gabrielle Chanel, and later when he designed some of the furniture for her apartment at 31 rue Cambon. The House of Goossens perpetuates the heritage of its founder and today continues to respond to CHANEL’s imagination. Goossens joined the Fashion Métiers d’art in 2005.

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LES ATELIERS LOGNON

pleater since 1853

Knife, flat, sunray, Watteau or peacock... Lognon has more than 3,000 Kraft cardboard pleat moulds that look like origami.

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Knife, flat, sunray, Watteau or peacock... Lognon has more than 3,000 Kraft cardboard pleat moulds that look like origami. Some are over one hundred years old; others have just been created - because the Lognon artisans are constantly looking for new pleats, particularly for the CHANEL Creation Studio. Giving shape and movement to the most varied fabrics is a virtuoso skill, a perfectly synchronised four-handed operation that requires physical strength, extreme meticulousness, experience of touch and expert knowledge in the specificities of the textile. Lognon joined Lemarié and the CHANEL Métiers d’art in 2013.

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Discover le19M,
a place dedicated to the CHANEL
Métiers d’art

Discover le19M,
a place dedicated to
the CHANEL
Métiers d’art

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