French fashion house Chanel announced plans to debut its annual Métiers d’Art collection at the Château de Chenonceau. After months of pandemic disruption, the jewel of the Loire valley will house the brand’s second in-person exhibition on December 1.
The grand, and traditionally traveling, display has footed global stages including those in Shanghai, Rome, Hamburg, and even Dallas in the past. After plans to move shows to the base of the Eiffel Tower, the brand opted for an excursion to a French château along the River Cher. This slight departure comes after last year’s Métiers d’Art Show was held in Paris following the passing of the brand’s longtime Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld.
Chanel’s much anticipated return to the runway comes after its Cruise 2021 and Fall/Winter 2020 Haute Couture collections made digital debuts. Ahead of this year’s Métiers d’Art show, the eponymous luxury house is predicted to be among the first of the major brands to indulge a live audience during Paris Fashion Week. Its foray back intotraditional fashion presentations will take place at the Grand Palais on October 6.
President of fashion and Chanel SAS Bruno Pavlovsky expressed Chanel’s desire to grace the catwalk once again, saying “The fashion show remains the best way to express the brand’s creativity and know-how.” Should health conditions allow, the brand intends to return to its normal rate of collections and runway shows.END
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