Chanel is on the ski slopes. Well, at least on the slopes at the ski resort Courchevel located in the French Alps. This is where Karl Lagerfeld, head designer and creative director for the fashion house Chanel, partnered with Courchevel to produce thirty-six exclusively designed Jardin Alpin cable cars with his legendary drawings. The drawings include symbols, iconic elements, silhouettes from collections, portraits of Mademoiselle Chanel as well as self-portraits of the designer himself, and sketches of polar bears.
For the fourth year Chanel is opening a 200m2 ephemeral boutique on top of designing these cable cars. This pop-up boutique will be exclusively for tourists enjoying the slopes and will be open from December 14th, 2013 till April 2014. Inside the boutique, Chanel will be selling their Resort 2013-2014 collection pieces from Singapore as well as their winter accessories. This collection will include pieces that are chic comfy casual, such as model Lindsey Wixson wearing high-waisted, wide-leg trousers with some magnificent pearl jewelry pieces. This collection’s elegance can also be seen from model Joan Smalls wearing an Asian flavored batik-patterned jacquard cashmere sweat suite.
Do you like Karl Lagerfeld drawings? Tell us in the comments.