Chanel has honoured the passing of Karl Lagerfeld, its longtime creative director and public face, by introducing its Métier Class podcast. A new iteration of the house’s 3.55 podcast, created in collaboration with Monocle and Tyler Brûlé, the four-episode podcast will center around the French company’s legendary attention to detail and craftsmanship. Listen to it now and get ready to be inspired! <3
Get ready to add another fashion movie to your Netflix queue. The streaming platform’s new, original docu-series, titled “7 Days Out,” will debut on Dec. 21, and its premiere episode is all about Chanel. The film, directed by Andrew Rossi of the Met Gala-focused film “The First Monday In May,” follows Karl Lagerfeld and his atelier for an entire week as they prepare for Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture show. If you’ve always wanted a behind-the-scenes look on all the craziness that goes into prepping for a fashion show, this is a MUST WATCH.
Last week, The 5to9 Life team had the pleasure of stepping into Spring at Chatswood Chase with the first ‘Fashion Talks with Claudia Chan Shaw’, a free fashion lecture series as a part of the centre’s celebration of Spring. Check out Talica Tamanitoakula’s review of the event.
Photography by John Paul Urizar.
In November, the interior of South Yarra’s Como House will take on the appearance of something less Australian Regency, more 20th-century France. The transformation is in homage to the life of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel as part of an immersive retrospective of the fashion icon. Click on the pic for all the deets!
Encompassing R&B, synth pop, orchestral, and folk music, Matthew Hemerlein is a unique artist all on his own, already gaining co-signs from NZ ‘Royal’ Lorde.
And it’s his unique cover of a song which features in the latest Chanel fragrance campaign that is sure to capture your attention in a way you never thought was imaginable.