Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto exhibition organised by the Palais Galliera in Paris, which did not mention her Nazi links, but the London museum stated in press material that this show “will be re-imagined for the V&A”.Almost 200 different “looks” devised by Chanel will be included in a vast display chronicling her rise from an unknown seamstress launching her first designs in 1910, to her final collection released when she was a household name in 1971.Her clothes broke new ground in being simpler and more easily wearable than previous fashions, and her pioneering designs will be the focus of the show.Tristram Hunt, the museum’s director, said: “As one of the most successful fashion houses in existence, Chanel owes much to the templates first laid down by its founder Gabrielle Chanel, over a century ago.
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