SEOUL IS NO stranger to the House of Chanel.
After all, the city played host to its Resort 2016 runway show, a collection that bore plenty of Korean influences – from the traditional hanbok to patchwork techniques, and colourful K-pop-inspired motifs. Two years after its showing at the futuristic Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Chanel has returned to the South Korean capital – this time, for its Mademoiselle Privé exhibition.
This marks the exhibition's sophomore showing, following its well-received debut in London's Saatchi Gallery in October 2015. Running until 19 July at D MUSEUM, the Seoul installment is the next chapter of the Mademoiselle Privé story – an ode to the Chanel universe that explores its origins, its creative processes, and everything else in between those world-famous interlocking Cs.