Celebrities Took Seoul By Storm For Chanel’s ‘Mademoiselle Privé’ Exhibition Cocktail Party

Both Korean and international stars descended at Seoul’s D Museum for the cocktail party of Chanel’s ‘Mademoiselle Privé’ exhibition. From K-pop superstars G-Dragon, Taeyang and CL, to actresses such as Rinko Kikuchi and Gwei Lun Mei, they all turned up in Chanel finery to fête an exhibition that celebrated Coco Chanel‘s rule-breaking vision and Karl Lagerfeld‘s verve. Click the gallery above to see the full list of celebrities who brought their sartorial A-game to the opening event, or scroll through the pictures below to see the exhibition in all its splendour.

A giant lightbox inspired by the coromandel screens found in Coco Chanel’s apartment greets visitors to the exhibition. Photo: Chanel

Coco Chanel’s first fashion boutique, reinterpreted in a chic black-and-white scheme. Photo: Chanel

“I took Coco Chanel’s codes, her language, and mixed them up,” explained Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Chanel

The entrance to a special room dedicated to the Chanel No.5 perfume. Photo: Chanel

An installation that allows visitors to take whiffs of the key ingredients that make up the Chanel No.5 perfume. Photo: Chanel

A maze of fabrics guide visitors into Chanel’s world of savoir faire. Photo: Chanel

12 haute couture creations from the various collections take centrestage. Photo: Chanel

Friends of the House modelling the “Bijoux de Diamants” and lensed by Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Chanel

Coco Chanel created only one jewellery collection during her lifetime: The 1932 “Bijoux de Diamants” series. Photo: Chanel

There’s even a screening room for you to catch all your favourite short films dedicated to Chanel. Photo: Chanel

Candid Polaroid shots of stars and the “Bijoux de Diamants” collection round up the exhibition. Photo: Chanel

By Gerald Tan

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