It was a hit as always

Chanel Métiers d’art show was launched in 2002 and since then it has become one of the prestigious and sought-after shows where talented artisans are honored.

The creative director of Chanel Métiers d’art show decided to celebrate the 2022 show by hosting a show that was filmed in le19M. This is a new building in Paris which has been designed especially for the artisans.

The building is designed by famous architect Rudy Ricciotti and is located in the northern part of Paris.

The building is a huge seven-level structure comprising 11 specialized companies with which Chanel is associated.

The president of Chanel, Bruno Pavlovsky stated “the goal of the space was to have 600 employees working under one roof while preserving their relative independence.”

The 2022 show was all about the new collection which was delightfully brightly hued and breezy. The main focus was on the weather-coordinated dresses such as the knit co-ords, bomber jackets in jacquard material, oversized boucle coats, and jeans.

“Many of the embroideries are inspired by the structure of the building itself, such as those by Montex, which are very graphic and in silver sequins,” said Viard, whose goal was a wardrobe that was both “very metropolitan yet sophisticated.”

The eveningwear revealed in the show was all about coziness and comfort. The models’ cat walked in beautiful organza maxi skirts which were paired with soft cardigans, satin tuxedo trousers as well as fluttering silk skirts complemented with white leggings.

Highlights of the show were floor-swishing frocks paired with coats.

Special attention was given to the accessories and most of the models were seen wearing long gloves made out of leather with pearls on the top.

Chunky bracelets, long necklaces, and pearly tops on the head were common throughout the show.

As always, Chanel wins the heart of fashion mongers with the latest collection. There was not a dull piece of art and all the artisans connected with Chanel were paid homage with complete honor and galore at the Chanel métiers d’art show.