Le Grand Numéro de Chanel: the free exhibition of the luxury house, registration opens

By Audrey L. Posted Nov 17, 2022 7:42 PM

“The Big Number of Chanel” is the new free exhibition of the House of Chanel at the Grand Palais Éphémère from December 15, 2022 to January 9, 2023. A unique journey through the olfactory universe of the luxury brand, among works of art, beautiful and long-awaited encounters and many other sensational surprises…

This end of 2022 sees a host of ultra-hot fashion events in the capital! After the dreamlike spectacle of the Maison Hermesor even the coffee and new cultural place branded Louis Vuittonit is Chanel who delights our senses with his new free exhibition “Chanel’s Big Number” from December 15, 2022 to January 9, 2023to Grand Palace Ephemeral.

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A few months after its Spring-Summer 2023 show, the House Chanel once again takes over the ephemeral left bank replica of its favorite monument, for its latest installation celebrating the richness of its olfactory heritage. “Chanel’s Big Number” will highlight the inspirations and exceptional know-how of the brand through a journey with an unprecedented scenography, where the iconic #5the high perfumery Exclusives and masculine fragrances will intertwine with works inspired by their DNA. Other surprises will be revealed along the way, such as long-awaited encounters or even great Magic trick

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The registrations for the next Chanel event are open today. The exhibition is free and lasts 3 weeks.
Closed on December 25, 2022 and January 1, 2023.

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