Mademoiselle Privé, the latest exhibition by Chanel, had a very brief run at the Saatchi Gallery in London. If you were not able to make it in person, we hope this review will do the experience justice.
The exhibition carries the viewer into the world of Coco Chanel, her creative process, and how her spirit still shapes the innovative inner workings of the House today. The artifacts of the exhibition focused on certain iconic elements; camellias, wheat, the color red, Coco Chanel’s lucky numbers, and their No. 5 perfume. Bruno Pavlovsky, Chanel’s president of fashion, said that the aim of the exhibition was to highlight the creativity of the brand, “It’s about what’s happening behind the scenes, how [Karl] Lagerfeld is working with the patrimony of Mademoiselle Chanel.”
See the full blog post here.