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CHANEL spring-summer haute couture 2024

a dreamy haute couture collection by chanel, in which dance took centre stage

“I often think about dance, it's an important theme at Chanel... I have tried to bring together the power and finesse of bodies and clothes in a very ethereal collection, composed of tulle, ruffles, pleats and lace.”

 

Balletcore was an underlying theme of the CHANEL Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection last month. An intoxicating play of form and function, this collection { entitled The Button } was an homage to female liberation. Like a jewel to Gabrielle Chanel, the button acts as a powerful symbol of emancipation and freedom of movement. A code of CHANEL. 

Here, the button enters the world of ballet, a century on from Gabrielle Chanel’s very first designs for the ballet. Swathed in tulle, the actress, House ambassador, and accomplished dancer Margaret Qualley opened the show.

And the looks that followed took heady inspiration from the House’s rich history with dance — think tulle collars and sleeves here, white tights and leotards there. 

Signature CHANEL bows were styled oversized for a romantic touch, while the diaphanous fabrics were cut so light that they danced along to a dynamic soundtrack scored by Kendrick Lamar. 

‘For me, dance evokes all these stories and emotions that are close to my heart, and that I take such pleasure in handing down and recounting,’ said Virginie Viard. Describing dance as an important theme of the house, the Artistic Director explains how she has ‘tried to bring together the power and finesse of bodies and clothes in a very ethereal collection, composed of tulle, ruffles, pleats and lace.’

A poetic dance of contrasts.

 

below, a curation of favourite captures from a favourite couture collection

 

Balletcore was an underlying theme of the CHANEL Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection last month. An intoxicating play of form and function, this collection { entitled The Button } was an homage to female liberation. Like a jewel to Gabrielle Chanel, the button acts as a powerful symbol of emancipation and freedom of movement. A code of CHANEL. 

Here, the button enters the world of ballet, a century on from Gabrielle Chanel’s very first designs for the ballet. Swathed in tulle, the actress, House ambassador, and accomplished dancer Margaret Qualley opened the show.

And the looks that followed took heady inspiration from the House’s rich history with dance — think tulle collars and sleeves here, white tights and leotards there. 

Signature CHANEL bows were styled oversized for a romantic touch, while the diaphanous fabrics were cut so light that they danced along to a dynamic soundtrack scored by Kendrick Lamar. 

‘For me, dance evokes all these stories and emotions that are close to my heart, and that I take such pleasure in handing down and recounting,’ said Virginie Viard. Describing dance as an important theme of the house, the Artistic Director explains how she has ‘tried to bring together the power and finesse of bodies and clothes in a very ethereal collection, composed of tulle, ruffles, pleats and lace.’

A poetic dance of contrasts.

below, a curation of favourite captures from a favourite couture collection

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