HomeArtThe Chanel Mademoiselle Privé exhibition opens this month in Hong Kong Gemma Power January 3, 2018 Art, China, exhibitions, Fashion, News THE CHANEL Mademoiselle Privé exhibition launches this January in Hong Kong THE Chanel Mademoiselle Privé exhibition opens at PMQ in Hong Kong this month. Following the success of Chanel’s previous residencies in London and Seoul, there is great anticipation for this exhibition to come to one of the most vibrant cities in Asia. The exhibition offers a unique and sensory experience that charts the history of the Chanel label under the brand’s creator Gabrielle Chanel and current creative director Karl Lagerfeld. The four-week run aims to incorporate aspects of Chanel’s past, including a reflection on the legacy of Chanel’s N°5 fragrance and the re-edition of Gabrielle Chanel’s 1932 diamond jewellery collection, along with more recent preoccupations, such as Karl Lagerfeld’s innovation with Chanel’s Haute Couture. Chanel Mademoiselle Privé takes Hong Kong Furthermore, this new instalent of The Mademoiselle Privé exhibition has been injected with a Hong Kong narrative that champions the city’s digitally dynamic reputation. The first glimpse of Chanel’s innovative use of technology can be harnessed using the Mademoiselle Privé app. This is a brilliant new feature that enables visitors to access useful information through their phones before attending the exhibition. Download Mademoiselle Privé now to book tickets in advance (any Glass readers who attended the previous exhibitions will be well ever of its popularity) and to register for illuminating workshops in high jewellery, flower creation, and perfumery. Watch one of the teaser videos below: By Gemma Power The Chanel Mademoiselle Privé Hong Kong begins on January 13, 2018, open for four weeks at PMQ to the public with free admission.