Chanel’s annual Metiers d’Art shows have become something of fashion legend. Renowned for spectacular collections in equally as jaw-dropping locations with a very limited selection of prestigious guests, it’s a not-to-be- missed show which is always shrouded in mystery until the big reveal.

So it is with great pleasure that we can finally unveil the Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 collection. Shown in an 18th Century Rococo castle in Austria, acclaimed for its Romantic architecture and view of lake Leopoldskroner Weiher, the show was as elaborate as the location demanded.

In a rich palette of white red, navy and black mixed with alpine hues, the collection was a tactile dream, mixing extensive feather work with leather, cashmere, lace and tweed. Giving a contemporary twist to Tyrolean style and Austrian tradition, Karl Lagerfeld has played with the idea of dirndls, lederhosen and other elements such as structured evening dresses with bibs, frills, pleats and wide sleeves.

Take a closer look into the exceptional craftsmanship and fine details that have gone into Chanel’s 11th Métiers d’Art collection.

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Title: Sphere
Composer: Selma Mutal
Editor: Frederic Leibovitz Editeur

View the full film of the CHANEL Métiers d’Art 2014/15 show



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