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A Conversation with Naomi Campbell
CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture Show

Primary vocation of the House, Haute Couture is a space of absolute freedom, allowing for every dream and creative audacity. In the third episode of these conversations led by Géraldine Sarratia at the 31, rue Cambon, and recorded on the occasion of the Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture show, friend of the House Naomi Campbell evokes her personal experience of CHANEL Haute Couture and her close relationship with the House, from her first Haute Couture show to the present day. She also opens up about her journey as a trailblazer in the fashion world.

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Ambassadors and Friends of the House at the CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute
Couture Show

On June 25th, ambassadors and friends of the House Keira Knightley, Naomi Campbell, Sadie Sink, Zhou Xun, Michelle Williams, Angèle, Olivia Dean, Rebecca Marder and Caroline de Maigret gathered at the Palais Garnier, for the CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture show.

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The Finale of the CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture Show

The CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture collection presented by the Fashion Creation Studio revisits the world of the opera through feathers, precious braids, supple tweeds, silky velvet, illusion tulle, taffeta and duchesse satin.

For the show, playwright, writer and director Christophe Honoré imagined a mise en scène in the corridors of the Palais Garnier, offering a renewed way to experience the opera.

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At the opera
CHANEL Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture Show

CHANEL has chosen to present the Fall-Winter 2024/25 Haute Couture collection at the Palais Garnier, a place of creative freedom very dear to the House. The Haute Couture of CHANEL is a discipline of beauty, patience and excellence, values shared with the Paris national Opera.

A series of photographs by Karim Sadli offers a first glimpse of the collection presented by the Fashion Creation Studio.

The film of the show will be revealed on Tuesday, June 25th at 2pm, Paris time.

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Chanel SUPPORTS “NOUVELLES VAGUES”,
THE Biarritz Film Festival

The House of CHANEL is proud to renew its support to “Nouvelles Vagues”, the Biarritz Film Festival which is held from 18th to 23rd June, 2024.

The festival aims to tell the story of youth and its vision through films that question its position in society. Thanks to the thirty films in competition and out of competition, actors and directors will be highlighted by a jury of multidisciplinary artists aged 35 years and under, including friends of the House Zoey Deutch, Kim Higelin and Margaret Zhang, as well as an international jury of students from major film schools. 

On the occasion of the opening of the festival and to celebrate the close ties between CHANEL and cinema, guests including Zoey Deutch, Margaret Zhang, Kim Higelin, Karla Sofía Gascón, Ana Girardot, Louise Bourgoin, Fotinì Peluso and Silly Boy Blue attended the dinner co-hosted by CHANEL and the festival.

A story of savoir-faire
The CHANEL 2023/24
MÉTIERS D’ART Collection

The artistic directors and artisans of the Maisons d'art Lesage, Atelier Montex, Maison Michel, Goossens and Lemarié open the doors of their ateliers to Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall, founders of the British magazine 𝘊𝘏𝘈𝘖𝘚 𝘚𝘪𝘹𝘵𝘺𝘕𝘪𝘯𝘦. Together, they evoke the creative dialogue with Virginie Viard, Artistic Director of CHANEL’s Fashion collections, and the making of the CHANEL 2023/24 Métiers d’art collection, revealing the unique gestures of their crafts.

The collection is now available in boutiques.

The CHANEL 2023/24
MÉTIERS D’ART Campaign

A Mancunian itinerary — tracing the journey of the CHANEL 2023/24 Métiers d’art collection back to Manchester, where it was first unveiled last December, a film in the form of a diary captures the festive spirit and creative energy of the city.

Filmed by Sofia and Roman Coppola.

The collection is now available in boutiques.

A SHARED LOVE FOR CINEMA
CANNES 2024

CHANEL was proud to support creation and accompany ambassadors and friends of the House throughout the festival as it comes to an end.

With Suzy Bemba, Carole Bouquet, Charlotte Casiraghi, Francis Ford Coppola, Willem Dafoe, Catherine Deneuve, Nathalie Emmanuel, Elín Hall, Christophe Honoré, Alma Jodorowsky, Vicky Krieps, Lou Lampros, Charlotte Le Bon, Mikey Madison, Rebecca Marder, Jessica Palud, Margaret Qualley, Ramata-Toulaye Sy, Constance Tsang, Anamaria Vartolomei, Wim Wenders and Ke-Xi Wu.

in conversation
with WIM Wenders
CANNES 2024

CHANEL is honoured to be supporting the restoration of "Paris, Texas", a film directed by Wim Wenders for which he won the Palme d'Or in 1984. This support adheres to CHANEL's commitment to disseminating masterpieces of world cinema to as many people as possible. It demonstrates the House's commitment to preserving works that have marked the history of the seventh art.

The restored version of Paris, Texas has been premiered in the Cannes Classics category of the 77th Cannes Film Festival, celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Palme d’Or. On this occasion, Wim Wenders reflects on the genesis of this major work and evokes his relationship to time, "the essential material of what we do in cinema".

Anamaria Vartolomei in conversation
with Jessica Palud
CANNES 2024

In keeping with its commitment to cinematic creation, CHANEL supports "Maria", a film by Jessica Palud which has been presented at the Cannes Première selection on this year’s edition of the Cannes Film Festival starring actress and House ambassador Anamaria Vartolomei in the leading role. The House has loaned certain costumes that contribute to the overall 1970s atmosphere of the film.

Inspired by the life of Maria Schneider, this film is a loose adaptation of Vanessa Schneider's novel "Tu t'appelais Maria Schneider", which tells the story of the actress and her tragic fate. "Maria" sketches the trajectory of a woman and an artist who goes through a trauma and seeks to recover.

On this occasion, Anamaria Vartolomei and Jessica Palud talk about the way Maria Schneider remains an inspiring figure for actresses today and evoke their collaboration with CHANEL on the film.