Masterclass with Bruno Pavlovsky for the 2021/22 Métiers d’art Show — CHANEL Shows

On December 8th, 2021, the day after the 2021/22 Métiers d’art show, around 200 students attended a masterclass given by Bruno Pavlovsky, President of CHANEL’s Fashion Activities, with the participation of Caroline de Maigret and Pharrell Williams, ambassadors of the House, and Dimitri Chamblas, who choreographed the film presented before the show. Moderated by Tyler Brûlé, Chairman and Editorial Director of Monocle magazine, the discussion was held at 𝘭𝘦19M, the new Parisian building imagined by CHANEL and dedicated to the savoir-faire of the Fashion Métiers d’art.

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