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Chanel – Mademoiselle Privé. Saatchi Gallery, London. October 13th – November 1st.
An intimate and innovative exhibition at the London Saatchi Gallery from October 13th until November 1st, a journey through the incredible creativity of the Maison. A unique experience that will show you an irreverent and unknown side of the brand, from its origin to present day and a closer look to the great creative character of Mademoiselle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld. Are you ready for this travel into the history of fashion?

Alber – Lanvin Manifesto. Maison Européenne de la Photographie until October 31st.
Hosted by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie until October 31st, 2015 and conceived and managed by Albert Elbaz, the exhibition dives into the intimacy of fittings, the emotion of Lanvin shows and beauty of its creations. The first exhibition dedicated to the oldest still existing French fashion House is organised into 5 rooms transformed into settings to stage the work of the designer as an ongoing work between fashion and photographer. This is also an invitation to look, listen and talk only through our senses, in a time in which, as the designer says, “we no longer observe, we film, we no longer listen, we record, we no longer talk, we post”.

Chanel – Mademoiselle Privé. Saatchi Gallery, London. October 13th – November 1st.
An intimate and innovative exhibition at the London Saatchi Gallery from October 13th until November 1st, a journey through the incredible creativity of the Maison. A unique experience that will show you an irreverent and unknown side of the brand, from its origin to present day and a closer look to the great creative character of Mademoiselle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld. Are you ready for this travel into the history of fashion?

Alber – Lanvin Manifesto. Maison Européenne de la Photographie until October 31st.
Hosted by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie until October 31st, 2015 and conceived and managed by Albert Elbaz, the exhibition dives into the intimacy of fittings, the emotion of Lanvin shows and beauty of its creations. The first exhibition dedicated to the oldest still existing French fashion House is organised into 5 rooms transformed into settings to stage the work of the designer as an ongoing work between fashion and photographer. This is also an invitation to look, listen and talk only through our senses, in a time in which, as the designer says, “we no longer observe, we film, we no longer listen, we record, we no longer talk, we post”.