5 Things To Know About Chanel’s Cinematic Cruise Show In Hollywood
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5 Things To Know About Chanel’s Cinematic Cruise Show In Hollywood

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These ’80s-inflected outfits would not look out of place in a Jane Fonda workout video.

In 1931, Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel traveled from Paris to Los Angeles on the invitation of American film producer Samuel Goldwyn, who asked her to design costumes for the films he commissioned under United Artists. Goldwyn was spellbound by Chanel’s European glamour, and she designed costumes for three of his films: Palmy Days, Tonight or Never and The Greeks Had a Word for Them. Today, the Parisian maison’s connection to Hollywood lives on in the stars it dresses for the red carpet (hello, Penélope Cruz, Margot Robbie and Marion Cotillard), a relationship it cemented by staging its Cruise 2024 show at Paramount Studios. Below, everything you need to know about the show.

This article was originally published on British Vogue.

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