CHANEL Mademoiselle Privé – What I Wore

However, there was no excuse of missing the Chanel Mademoiselle Privé exhibition and although it was pretty cold outside the Saatchi Gallery while
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The days are getting colder, finally, and I feel I need a few days off. The course stresses me and the hand-in dates are coming closer and closer. However, there was no excuse of missing the Chanel Mademoiselle Privé exhibition and although it was pretty cold outside the Saatchi Gallery while waiting for an hour in the line, I was pretty excited about it.

I knew the location already before, thank to LFW and it was an unforgettable experience. The Chanel Mademoiselle Privé exhibition was suggested to us by our tutor and so I went with some girls from my class after Friday’s lesson. If you’re into Fashion and especially Tailoring I’m afraid I have to tell you that you will be facing more art than fashion. There are some Chanel garments you can explore, but the main part focuses on Mademoiselle Coco herself, the story and journey of Chanel. More about the exhibition I will publish on Tuesday, but for today let’s sneak into my personal style wardrobe!

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Credits:

Jumper: Zara
Cardigan: Topshop
Jeans: Mango
Ankle Boots: Monki
Necklace: Zara/MYNS

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It’s been a bit chilly that day when we shot the pics – right after the exhibition yeah I’m really a multitask genius – but in that case the wind was just perfect to add some extra movement to this look! Credits go to Madison for this amazing pictures.

It’s weekend let’s have the one or another glass of wine girls ;)
xx Bella

 

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