In an industry in which designers work on five to six collections simultaneously, sometimes all we need to do is slow down and dig into the details. From hand-stitched linings, embellishments, and pearls, which can take thousands of hours to bring to life, Haute Couture remains a go-to and no one does couture quite like Chanel.
In the newly released book from Rizzoli, Women of Singular Beauty: Chanel Haute Couture, photographer Cathleen Naundorf captures the world of Chanel couture, from the top of the gold coated staircase of Le Grand Palais (Karl Lagerfeld’s setting for a majority of Chanel runway shows), to the window nook in Coco Chanel’s Rue Cambon apartment.
Below, CR takes a look at some of the Naundorf’s most haunting, haute, moments.END
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