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RECAP: Chanel's Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition Opening Night (Hong Kong)
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Chanel
15.01.2018
(From left) Pharrell Williams and Helen Lasichanh; Kaia Gerber; and Caroline de Maigret
Kaia Gerber
(From left) Alma Jodorowsky; Park Shin-hye; and Irene Kim
Pharrell Williams
(From left) Soo Joo Park; Mashannoad Suvalmas; and Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying
An homage to Chanel No. 5
Caroline de Maigret
Artistic designs using the house codes are part of the exhibition
The facade of the exhibition held in PMQ
The famed couture works of Chanel
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When Chanel throws a party, consider the rest of your plans on hold. This was the case on January 11, on the occasion of the opening of the Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition which has made its way to Hong Kong at PMQ after its London and Seoul runs (the public exhibition will run until February 10). This part-retrospective and part-celebratory exhibition kickstarted in a fashion that is familiar with their runway shows: big and with plenty of camera flashes. The couture house roped in stars like Pharrell Williams, Kaia Gerber, Caroline de Maigret, Park Soo Joo, and Irene Kim to fete the opening before guests convened at the Shaw Studios for a party starring Pharrell on the mic and Nigo on the DJ console.

 

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