Métiers d’Art in Dakar

This autumn, artistic director Virginie Viard set up the Chanel Métiers d’Art show in Dakar, Senegal, a project that was three years in the making. Working closely with local talents, from designers to film makers, Chanel launched a series of four documentaries made by a team from the Kourtrajmé Cinema School, a talent pool which has the backing of directors such as Ladj Ly.

Though many V.I.P. guests were French and Senegalese, celebrities from other countries also attended, among them Naomi Campbell, Pharrell Williams and actress, model and Chanel House Ambassador Komatsu Nana, who had arrived in Senegal on December 7, on the eve of the show.

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Chanel Cruise 2019

May 3, 2019: actress, model and Chanel House Ambassador Komatsu Nana was in Paris to attend a very special Chanel Cruise event. Report and pictures of the show from Harper’s Bazaar:

“When it comes to runway shows, Chanel knows how to pull out all the stops. So it should hardly come as a surprise that today, for its Cruise 2019 show in Paris, the fashion house brought an actual cruise ship onto its runway. The larger-than-life liner, named ‘La Pausa’ after Gabrielle Chanel’s summer house on the French Riviera, served as the ultimate backdrop to the fashion house’s nautical-inspired collection.”

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New Chanel Store in Ginza

On Wednesday October 12, Chanel House Ambassador Komatsu Nana attended the official opening of the brand new Chanel Store in Ginza, Namiki Dori, Tokyo. She cut the ribbon in the company of a couple of officials. The luxury store was designed by American architect Peter Marino.

The young actress (26) wore expensive and special jewelry, all hand-made and direct from the Chanel Ateliers, Place Vendôme in Paris. Interviewed by Oricon, she recalled her first contact with Jewelry occured when she saw her parents’ wedding rings. She also confessed she was very pleased to go back to Paris the previous week and meet there people she had not seen for nearly three years because of the pandemic…

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