This new winter line created by Karl Lagerfeld, brings together the worlds of skiing and the codes of the luxury French Maison.
Embodied by Australian actress and film producer Margot Robbie, the first ever Chanel Coco Neige collection is devoted to winter sports. This new
luxury sportswear wardrobe is a combination of high-tech clothing and winter ready-to-wear. Referencing the Alpine lifestyle, CHANEL codes run through the tweed looks, the Norwegian-inspired sweaters, the soft padded and down jackets, and the mountain accessories sporting the double C.
French fashion designer and business woman Gabrielle Chanel spent several winters throughout the 1930s in St. Moritz, a ski resort in the Swiss Alps. Surrounded by her friends, she would take to the slopes in CHANEL looks, wearing jersey tops and whipcord wool pants. Her audacious style paved the way for other women practicing the sport, allowing them a distinct freedom of movement. With the Coco Neige collection, Karl Lagerfeld proposes a new take on the spirit of winter sports so dear to her.
Besides 15 looks, Chanel Coco Neige includes lambskin & canvas mittens, cashmere gloves, hats, caps, bags, backpacks, costume jewelry for the slopes (earrings, brooches and pendants in the shape of crests, moon boots, snowflakes and medals), short boots, lace-ups, high boots, and scarves.
Margot Robbie‘s Coco Neige Journey in Paris
Walking up the iconic mirrored staircase, the House ambassador discovered the Haute Couture salon as well as Gabrielle Chanel’s own apartment, unchanged since her time.