Chanel

BRASSERIE GABRIELLE

“Frequentemente, Coco Chanel, ia às brasseries Parisienses com seus amigos artistas. Na sequência de performances teatrais, Gabrielle cercada por Igor Stravinsky, bailarino e coreógrafo Serge Lifar, ou Salvador Dalí, tomaria seu lugar nestes restaurantes, onde elegância, grandes mentes e gastronomia criavam uma mistura harmoniosa. Nas noites em que Boy Capel (seu primeiro amor) não a acompanhava à Opera, ela passava a noite no Maxim’s ou no Café de Paris.
Com o desfile “Brasserie Gabrielle”, Karl Lagerfeld, diretor artístico da Chanel, providenciou uma reinterpretação desta paixão parisiense.”

“Coco Chanel often attended the Parisian brasseries with her artist friends. Following theatrical performances, Gabrielle surrounded by Igor Stravinsky, dancer and choreographer Serge Lifar, or Salvador Dalí, would take her place in these enlightened restaurants where elegance, great minds and gastronomy created a harmonious blend. And, on nights when Boy Capel (her first love) did not accompany her to the Opera, she would spend the evening at Maxim’s or at the Café de Paris.
With the “Brasserie Gabrielle” fashion show, Karl Lagerfeld, artistic director of Chanel, has provided a reinterpretation of this Parisian passion.”

Boris Coridian in chanel-news.chanel.com

Os desfiles Chanel no Grand Palais continuam a surpreender.
Depois do supermercado Chanel, desta vez foi a Brasserie Gabrielle que acolheu o desfile. Foi no cenário de um requintadíssimo restaurante parisiense, com os seus sofás e bancos forrados a veludo vermelho, balcão e mesas de madeira, com imaculadas toalhas brancas, que tudo se passou. Uma espécie de recriação de uma cena do dia-a-dia de meninas pouco comuns, mas que de tão presentes em tudo quanto é rede social nos parecem as BFF’s com que queremos sair à noite ou, neste caso, tomar o pequeno-almoço.
E é vê-las, em modo ultra casual, sentadas em torno do balcão enquanto bebem qualquer coisa e {não} comem mas, ainda assim, não deixam de flirtar com o barman, como a Kendall, ou até mesmo pregar-lhe uma beijoca, como a Cara.
Todas gostávamos de ter tomado o pequeno almoço na Brasserie Gabrielle, certo?
E podem ver o vídeo do desfile e muito mais aqui.

Chanel fashion shows at the Grand Palais continue to surprise us.
After last year’s Chanel supermarket, this time we were welcomed at Brasserie Gabrielle. An ultra-chic Parisian restaurant, with its sofas and benches lined in red velvet, balcony and wooden tables with pristine white towels, were the scenario where it all happened. It was a sort of recreation of a special it-girls day-to-day scene, but with them being so present all around social network, it seemed more like the BFF’s we want to hang out with were having a blast without us.
And there they were, in an ultra casual mood, sitting around the counter, drinking something and {not} eating, but still having the time to flirt with the bartender, like Kendall, or to kiss him in the mouth, as Cara did.
We all would have liked to have breakfast at Brasserie Gabrielle, wouldn’t we?
And you can watch the video from the show and a lot more here.







sources | 1: chanel-news.chanel.com . 2: huffingtonpost.com . 3: whowhatwear.com . 4: stylist.co.uk . 5: dailymail.co.uk . 6: huffingtonpost.com . 7: elle.com

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