Measurement : 25×14×9cm
Upon Chanel’s time-honored themes, Lagerfeld continues to improvise his own visionary opus, rocking the house for three decades. A deep knowledge of historic costume and art history informs his work; his inspirations range from Beau Brummel to the bobbin lacemakers of Brazil. The annual Métiers d’Art collection provides him free reign to unleash his most lavish and virtuosic haute-couture fantasies.
1978 : Ready-to-wear introduced; Philippe Guibourgé is appointed to design the new collection. Boutiques selling clothes and accessories soon spring up from America to Europe and Asia.
1981 : Antaeus Pour Homme bows. Roman Polanski directs a TV commercial for the scent.
1957 : Wins Neiman Marcus Fashion Award. Stanley Marcus declares Coco Chanel the most influential dress designer of the century. Two-tone cap-toe slingbacks, soon to become a brand trademark, debut. Parisian shoemaker Massaro will make them for decades to come. Braid trim, soon to become yet another Chanel signature, appears on cardigan jackets of bouclé and tweed.
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