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Celebrities wearing Chanel at the Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition in Tokyo

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After London in 2015, Seoul in 2017, Hong Kong in 2018 and Shanghai in April 2019, “Mademoiselle Privé” is making a stopover in Tokyo. With an exclusive scenography, the exhibition will be presented from October 19th to December 1st 2019, at the B&C HALL in Tennoz, Shinagawa.


“Mademoiselle Privé”, these two words appear on the door that led into Mademoiselle Chanel’s Creation Studio, on the third floor at 31 rue Cambon in Paris. Now the title of the exhibition, it is an invitation to discover the three creative worlds of Chanel: the Haute Couture, forever synonymous with the essence of the House and reinvented for every collection, the legendary perfume N°5 that was created in 1921, and the High Jewelry with the reedition of “Bijoux de Diamants”, Gabrielle Chanel’s one and only collection designed in 1932.Sofia Coppola Mademoiselle Prive Tokyo ExhibitionThis fifth chapter of “Mademoiselle Privé” will offer a dreamlike immersion into the very sources of Chanel’s creation, a sensory and intimate adventure that blends the creative processes with an inimitable savoir-faire and an absolute sense of luxury.

Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo
B&C HALL – TENNOZ
2-1-3 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

Open to public
From October 19th to December 1st, 2019 Opening hours
11:00-20:00 (Everyday) Last entrance 19:30 Free Admission
#MademoisellePrive #シャネルマドモアゼルプリヴェSofia Coppola Mademoiselle Prive Tokyo Exhibition                                                         Sofia Coppola
Chanel announces an artistic collaboration with Sofia Coppola
A loyal friend of the House for many years, the American director has made a video collage in tribute to Gabrielle Chanel, to mark the occasion of the “Mademoiselle Privé” exhibition, taking place in Tokyo from October 19th to December 1st 2019.
Composed of images and videos from the archives, advertising and film extracts, it delivers a very contemporary vision of the creation of the House of Chanel, from its Haute Couture collections and the N°5 perfume, to its High Jewelry creations including the “Bijoux de Diamants” collection.

Rhythmic and lively all while being extremely feminine, it reflects Sofia Coppola’s style and eye as much as the legend carried by every Chanel creation. « I did a collage from the Chanel archives, trying to capture the essence of Chanel, what Coco started, and Karl and Virginie have continued, bringing Coco’s modern vision to women today.Sofia Coppola wore Chanel © Damon Baker Figarophoto                                                        Sofia Coppola
Chanel embodies chic Parisian style and I tried to incorporate the playfulness Karl always brought to his approach. I loved looking through the footage of so many beautiful collections and the iconic women throughout its history », explains the director. 

The story of Sofia Coppola and Chanel all began under the watchful eye of French actress Carole Bouquet, who introduced the young woman to Karl Lagerfeld. He offered her an internship working alongside him in the Creation studio.

From this fashion experience, the teenage Sofia Coppola probably held on to the youthful allure the designer had imbued into Chanel and when designing the costumes for her father, Francis Ford Coppola’s Life Without Zoë, segment of the 1989 film New York Stories, dressed the girls in suits by the House. She herself likes to wear the most emblematic of Chanel pieces: suits, two-tone cardigans, ballerinas and couture jewels.


A style that she notably wore on the red-carpeted steps at the Cannes Film Festival to present her film The Beguiled in 2017. A front row regular at the Chanel runway shows, she also appeared in The Little Black Jacket book, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, released in 2012.

This artistic collaboration to mark the occasion of “Mademoiselle Privé” is the fruit of Sofia Coppola’s encounter with Virginie Viard, Artistic Director of the Chanel Fashion collections. Strong artistic affinities and a shared aesthetic vision have seen the two women form a genuine friendship, based on mutual respect and admiration.

Eclectic and fresh, the video “In homage to Mademoiselle” as seen by Sofia Coppola is a new chapter of her creative conversation with the House.Celebrities Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo exhibition October 17th
Sofia Coppola, American filmmaker, wore an ecru tweed jacket, look 74, from the Cruise 2019/20 collection with a matching ecru tweed skirt. Chanel accessories, bag and shoes.Chanel Fine Jewelry: “Coco crush” bracelets in 18k White and yellow gold and Diamonds.  Chanel Makeup.

Sofia Coppola, American filmmaker, wore a black embroidered velvet top with matching pants, look 55, from the Fall Winter 2018/19 Haute-Couture collection. Chanel accessories, bag and shoes. Chanel Fine Jewealry: “Fil de Camélia” earrings in 18K white gold and diamonds Chanel Makeup

Pharrell Williams, Chanel ambassador & performer at the event, wore Chanel accessories & bag.Soo Joo Park Chanel Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo exhibition            Soo Joo Park

Soo Joo Park, Chanel Ambassador & DJ at the event, wore a navy wool pullover, look 15, with black & silver leather shorts, look 57, from the Spring Summer 2020 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, the Chanel19 bag and shoes.

Soo Joo Park, Chanel Ambassador & DJ at the event, wore a multicolor printed cotton jumpsuit, look 67, from the Spring-Summer 2020 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories and shoes.  Chanel Fine Jewelry: Coco Crush earrings and ring in 18K white gold and diamonds.

Nana Komatsu, Chanel Ambassador, wore a multicolor tweed dress, look 03, from the Spring-Summer 2018 Haute-Couture collection. Chanel accessories and shoes.

Nana Komatsu, Chanel Ambassador, wore a fuchsia crepe bomber jacket over a matching bustier dress, look 07, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Haute-Couture collection. Chanel accessories & shoes.

Ayami Nakajo, Chanel Ambassador, wore a pink tweed jacket, look 14, from the Cruise 2019/20 collection. Chanel accessories and shoes.

Ayami Nakajo, Chanel Ambassador, wore a black silk dress, look 29, from the Fall Winter 2018/19 Haute-Couture collection. Chanel shoes. Chanel Fine Jewelry: “Comete collection” earring and bracelet in 18k white gold and diamonds

Koki, Chanel Ambassador, wore a khaki, navy & white cashmere cardigan with a matching pullover, look 11, from the Cruise 2019/20 collection, with black leather shorts. Chanel accessories & the Chanel 19 bag. Chanel Makeup.

Koki, Chanel Ambassador, wore a black silk dress, look 17, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, bag and shoes. Chanel Makeup.

Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Australian actress, wore a red teed jacket, look 44, from the Fall Winter   2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, shoes and bag. Chanel Makeup.

Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Australian actress, wore a white leather tunic with matching pants, look 42, from the Cruise 2019/20 collection. Chanel bag and shoes. Chanel Makeup.

Iris Law, British model, wore a black leather & lace jumpsuit, look 57, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel bag, accessories and shoes. Chanel Makeup.Iris Law Chanel Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo exhibition            Iris Law

Rina Sawayama, Japanese/English singer performer at the event, wore a printed jumpsuit, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories & shoes. Chanel Makeup.

Yui Sakuma, Japanese model & actress, wore a green wool tweed jacket with matching pants, look 42, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, Chanel 19 bag and shoes.

Hio Miyawa, Japanese model & actor, wore a blue denim blouson, look 36, from the Métiers d’Art Paris- New York collection. Chanel Watches: Black ceramic “J12 Phantom”.

Ayaka Miyoshi, Japanese model & actress, wore an ecru cotton top with matching pants, look 63, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel bag, accessories and shoes.

Milet, Japanese singer, wore a red wool pullover with a multicolor printed muslin skirt, look 48, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories and shoes.

Non, Japanese actress, wore a multicolor cotton dress, look 49, from the Métiers d’Art Paris- New York collection. Chanel accessories, bag, and shoes.

Ai Tominaga, Japanese model, wore a white muslin blouse with black leather pants, look 58, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, bag, and shoes.

Mirei Kiritani, Japanese actress, wore a white muslin blouse, look 65, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection with a black velvet jumpsuit, look 59, from the Fall-Winter 2019/20 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories, bag, and shoes.

Sho Kiyohara, Japanese Actor, wore a woolen sweater from the Métiers d’Art Paris- New-York collection.



Sennonuke Kataoka, Kabuki actor, wore a Black ceramic and diamonds “J12” watch.

Ayaka Miyoshi, Japanese model & actress, wore an ecru cotton top with matching pants, look 63, from the Fal Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel bag, accessories and shoes.

Kyoko HasegawaA, Japanese actress, wore a black glitter top and white glitter pants, look 60, from the Fall Winter 2019/20 Ready-to-Wear collection. Chanel accessories and shoes.

Also attended: Japanese Actor & model Koji Moriya, Japanese actresses Mayu Matsuoka, Akiyo Nogichi, Hirona Yamazaki…

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