The Fashion Pact: Year 1

fashion-pact-progression-small.jpg

Initiated by Kering and presented to the Heads of States on August 26, 2019 in the frame of the G7 Summit, the Fashion Pact federates today more than two hundred brands from fourteen countries. It has established a digital dashboard of KPIs on which each brand is committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2050.

Continue reading...

CHANEL cultivates the beauty at the Museum in Paris, from September 23rd to the 27th, 2020

Chanel-la-beaute-se-cultive-small.jpg

CHANEL's exhibition will take place in Paris, at the Gallery of Mineralogy and Geology of the National Museum of Natural History, to help the visitor discover its open-sky laboratories, from around the world. The event is free and registration has to be done online.

Continue reading...

Luxury accessories of yesterday and of today exhibited in London from April 25th, 2020

Bags-Inside-Out-small.jpg

The V&A Museum features luxury handbags, purses and trunk, some of which date from the 16th century. Design and making process of yesterday and of today, everywhere in the world, complement the exhibition, which opens to the future by exploring new material, including recycled plastic.

Continue reading...

When Chanel takes inspiration from the masculine wardrobe

Inside_Chanel_chapter26_small.jpgBy reinterpreting the men's garments, Gabrielle Chanel invents a new lifestyle for women, open to confort and freedom of movement which allow the practice of sports, fishing, golf or yachting, and travelling.

Continue reading...

The luxury and fashion industries sign the Fashion Pact in view of the G7 conference

fashon-pact-small.jpgInternational luxury and fashion companies sign the sustainable committment for the planet which will be presented tomorrow at the G7.

Continue reading...

The Maison Chanel's white camelia is growing in the garden of Tuileries, from June 6 to 9, 2019

Chanel-jasmin-small.jpg

It is in the South West of France, at the foothills of the Pyrénées Mountains, that the Gabrielle Chanel's iconic flower, called Camellia Japonica Alba is grown. 

Continue reading...

The Chanel open-sky laboratory

Chanel-Sublimage-small.jpg

Chanel has set up an open-sky laboratory in Madagascar in 2002, to grow and study the Vanilla Planifolia. In 2010, the Maison opens a new botanical station in the southern French Alps, to rediscover medicinal plant sources forgotten since the second half of the 20 th century.

Continue reading...