Métiers d’art 2021/22 Show, Silhouettes in Motion — CHANEL Shows

In a swirl of craftsmanship and colour, a short film created by the choreographer and dancer Dimitri Chamblas reveals glimpses of the CHANEL 2021/22 Métiers d’art collection by Virginie Viard. Filmed at 𝘭𝘦19M, Chamblas documents the silhouettes in constant motion, creating a dazzling play of graphic textures and precious details as models explore the new Parisian building dedicated to the fashion Métiers d’art.

The film of the CHANEL 2021/22 Métiers d’art show will be revealed on Tuesday, December 7th from 5pm Paris time.

Choreography and film by Dimitri Chamblas.

The health and safety of our teams is our priority. A strict sanitary protocol has been implemented during the shooting of these films.

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