Chanel Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2021/22 Collection

At the heart of this collection is painting—a concept imagined by flowing gowns and mix-match tweed offerings. Vigiene Viard describes it best when expressing the vision of the House’s newest presentation.

“It was when I rediscovered these portraits of Gabrielle Chanel dressed up in black or white 1880s- style dresses, that I immediately thought about tableaux,” [] “Works by Berthe Morisot, Marie Laurencin and Édouard Manet. There are impressionist-inspired dresses, skirts that look like paintings and a long white satin dress punctuated with black bows like Morisot’s...”

Presented at Palais Galliera, City of Paris Fashion Museum, the collection features industry heavy-hitters including photography by Miakel Jansson and film teasers by famed director Sofia Coppola.

Spectators can expect sequined tweed, frilly A-line skirts, tulle pompoms and splashes of color reminiscent of Impressionist paintings within the stunning 37-look collection. Eight show-stopping gowns conclude the visually radiant presentation.

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