Chanel Cruise Show: immediate boarding on the La Pausa! (with interviews)

Artistic Director: Karl LagerfeldLocation: The Grand Palais in ParisImmediate boarding for the Chanel Cruise showA life-size liner christened La Pausa (named after Gabrielle Chanel's villa located on the heights of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin) is moored beneath the glass roof of the Grand Palais.The cry of seagulls echoes, the foghorn announces imminent departure, La Pausa purrs its engine…On the dock, there’s a seafaring spirit. Vertical stripes, followed by horizontal, on loose trousers, capri pants and tube dresses.Tops with rounded shoulders and small overcoats are the embodiment of nautical chic. The tweed is reinterpreted for flared skirts, fitted trousers or miniskirts. There is a metallic effect for blouson jackets or cargo trousers. A stylised motif of the Chanel liner acts as a leitmotiv on the tops and accessories.Noting the waist marked with rhinestones and sequins plus the cocktail dresses perfect for festival evenings. Focus on the fluid dresses printed with graphic, sailor motifs in blue and white.The buoy or net bag + the round sunglasses with blue lenses plus a beret on the head.Karl Lagerfeld, Captain of this cruise collection has once again impressed his evening passengers, including: Lily-Rose Depp, Kristen Stewart, Margot Robbie and Caroline Maigret.Interviews: Gaspard Ulliel: The set it very cinematographic, thinking of The Titanic, to be honest, I’m only arriving, but it’s quite spectacular…Clémence Poesy: It’s an enormous surprise, it’s quite extraordinary Caroline de Maigret: For the cruise shows, everything stops, meaning that it’s not full on Fashion Week, so we’ve got time to enjoy it. They’ve surprised us again, more so than usual this time with this cruise line, it’s really quite nice to take time to see beautiful things created, it’s fantasy, a pleasure, carefree and there’s a certain lightness to the cruise. Kristen Stewart: Their shows are always like walking into a very elaborate dream, this particular collection feels like, things that we’ve seen but on vacation, it’s a little brighter, a little more fun I feel like those outfits came out dancing whereas sometimes there’s an austerity that’s like another thing but it’s cool to see that sort of turned on its head. Lily-Rose Depp: It’s amazing, but it doesn’t surprise me, Karl, every time it’s something amazing and something so different and something so elevated and I think that his sets are really above and beyond, so it’s so beautiful but this is totally Karl’s mind and his genius and his imagination so. I really love the Parisienne leaving on holiday, quite sixties, with the beret, the little shoes, and then the two-pieces, the tight aspect on the hips, I find that very beautiful, that really reminds me of Marseille, St Tropez and something quite Parisian, in the sun, it’s wonderful! Bruno Pavlovsky: It’s an imaginary cruise here at the Grand Palais, an imaginary boat, very poetic and at the same time it’s quite a unique way to escape and it works well. This unique moment is a moment for us, where we can receive our guests and to share this event over one or two days, that’s something exceptional for the brand. There are close to one thousand guests, 350 journalists from all over the world, 400 clients also from all over the world and our Parisian guests, it’s a strong moment which also significantly moves our different organisations in the world. Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)

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