CHANEL Métiers d’art 2020/21 Show at Château de Chenonceau

by ally redmond
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An evening of high fashion at one of France’s most beautiful châteaux. Every December, luxury French clothing and accessories label, CHANEL, unveils a new Ready-to-Wear collection dedicated to its Fashion Métiers d’art, showcasing the impressive skills of different artisans based in Paris and across France.


This year, the 2020/2021 Métiers d’art show was held inside the Château de Chenonceau — also known as “Le Château des Dames” (or “ladies castle”) — nestled in France’s Loire Valley (the property’s history is linked to legendary women who have lived there, including Diane de Poitiers, Catherine de’ Medici, Louise de Lorraine, Gabrielle d’Estrées).

The line’s ensemble featured pieces made by artisans such as feathermakers from Lemarié, embroiderers from Lesage and Atelier Montex, shoemakers from Massaro, goldsmiths from Goossens, glovemakers from Causse Gantier and pleaters from Lognon and more.

Read more Artisans of France profiles here

The grand reveal was in the presence of one sole attendee — actress, House ambassador and official face of the collection’s campaign — Kristen Stewart. Watch the full show below!

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