FALL/WINTER 2021 COLLECTION
“The collection is inspired by winter sports,” Viard said, as models were paired with handbags, ranging from necklace styles the size of powder compacts to shaggy faux fur bags with chain-link straps.
Think of it as the après-ski portion of the brand’s Coco Neige capsule collection, launched in 2018 by late creative director
Viard said some of the looks, including a tweed kilt worn over a knitted jumpsuit, reminded her of longtime Chanel muse Stella Tennant, who died in December at the age of 50. To be sure, there was an elegiac tinge to the display, underlined by the
opening tune: Diana Ross singing the “Theme From Mahogany.”
Imagined by Virginie Viard, the Chanel ready-to-wear Fall-Winter 2021-2022 collection is a mix between two influences: the winter sports atmosphere mixed with a certain idea of Parisian cool chic, a timeline which stretches from the sixties to the present day.
Creative Director / Raymond Chae
Photographer & Videographer / Sanghun Lee
Editor / Hyunmin Kim