The perfect opportunity for CHANEL’s podcast, the 3.55, to present a new series of interviews. Recorded during the inauguration of this event and conducted by Tyler Brûlé, editor-in-chief of Monocle magazine, they are a continuity of the Mademoiselle Privé experience.
Tyler Brûlé leads his interlocutors in a conversation where they evoke their perception of Japan and its culture as well as the links that unite this country with the House of CHANEL. Each of them discuss their approach to the Métiers d’art, the importance of the hand, the gesture, the role of these métiers in creation and the way that they serve creativity.
They also reveal their reading of the CHANEL codes, imagined by Gabrielle Chanel, then reinterpreted by Karl Lagerfeld and by Virginie Viard today.
Nourished by their personal experiences with the House, by their careers and their own stories, their perspectives offer a fascinating insight into the heritage of CHANEL, today and tomorrow.
The four guests of the new 3.55 series are:
Bruno Pavlovsky, President of CHANEL Fashion and President of CHANEL SAS.
Sofia Coppola, American director and loyal friend of the House.
Pharrell Williams, American artist and Ambassador of the House.
Soo Joo Park, Korean model and Ambassador of the House.