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Take a Tour at Chanel’s Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!

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Bela, maybe you have seen before workshop Christian Louboutin in Paris. Maybe until now you are still amazed by the contents of the ‘kitchen’ of the French shoe designer. Well, now Popbela also wants to share a story about workshop more cool from brand luxury in the city center of the world’s fashion.

Well, not only Christian Louboutin, the famous fashion brand that is Popbela’s favorite is also Chanel. The line founded by Coco Chanel is known for its wide range of classic clothing collections, timeless, chic, feminine, graceful and elegant (you name it). But have you ever been curious about the process behind these awesome outfits? How can they (the Chanel team) realize the genius idea of ​​the designer, Karl Lagerfeld?

Okay Bela, take a breath and relax.

Compiled from Buro247.sgit turns out that Chanel has 11 workshop different to make one amazing collection. Workshop it consists of Cabineté, Lesage, Massaro, Lognon, Desrues, Goossens, Guillet, Montex, Causse, Barrie and Maison Michel. Each of these ‘workshops’ has a different function. From these eleven ‘magic places’, we will take a peek into the workshops of Tutupe, Lesage, Massaro and Maison Michel. Come on Bella!

Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!

Workshop It was founded in 1880 by Palmyre Coyette. At that time wardrobe was a studio feather famous. Then in 1996 Chanel took this place and made it a location for work related to materials feather or fur. To date, this studio has produced around 40 thousand works of flowers such as dahlias and tulips made of organza, velvet, tulle, and leather. Remarkably, Bela is also a studio that provides fashion brands others such as Dior, Balenciaga, and Nina Ricci.

Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!

This studio focuses on doing embroidery on clothes couture Chanel. Actually workshop it has changed hands frequently. In 1924, Albert and Marie-Louise Lesage took over this place from the hands of the famous embroidery pioneer, Albert Michonet. Michonet was the first to become the name of the provider for haute couture such as Charles Fredrick Worth, Jean Paquin, and Madeleine Vionnet. Well, in 1949 François Lesage became the heir workshop This is after his father died. Then in 2000, Lesage was officially taken over by Chanel. Until now, Bela, Lesage is still a trusted embroidery studio and can complete even the most complex designs using various technical innovations.

Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!

If you’re a fan of Chanel shoes, this is the place to be. Studio Massaro was founded in 1894 by Raymond Massaro but only moved ownership to Chanel in 2002. Massaro is a rare shoemaking studio that can design and create shoes for women and men and haute couture. Workshop This is still using the traditional process method, you know, Bela and not just making shoes for performances runway Chanel, Massaro also has clients from celebrities and the Royal family such as Lady Gaga and Princess Monaco.

Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!
Take a Tour at Chanel's Paris Workshop, Come on, Bela!

Founded by Auguste Michel in 1936, Maison Michel became the hat-making shop for luxury fashion houses in 1968 thanks to hat experts Pierre and Claudine Debard. Unlike other hat studios, Maison Michele always produces works with innovative and unique styles and designs. This place is also the only hat maker capable of completing even complex designs.

source: Buro247.sg

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