Chanel fait son Numéro
Special issue on the occasion of the Chanel exhibition at the ephemeral Grand Palais in Paris.
In this special issue: an imaginary interview with Coco Chanel, the iconic designer, founder of the House Chanel; Lily-Rose Depp, fascinating actress, muse and friend of the House Chanel, is photographed as a glamorous heroine by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.
Also, Marion Cotillard, Oscar-winning star, in the firmament of the 7th art, poses in front of the lens of Boo George; timeless idol, Vanessa Paradis evokes her passion for the theater; The sublime actress Marine Vacth embodies French elegance par excellence for photographer Dominique Issermann; the model Vittoria Ceretti, with her magnetic beauty, inspires photographer Sølve Sundsbø; Bastian Woudt, Elina Kechicheva, Koto Bolofo, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Mario Palmieri, evoke different facets of Chanel in their series of images.
Numéro has been a leading media in the world of fashion, contemporary art and culture.
Numéro magazine creates a unique editorial and visual language blending fashion, beauty, art, and design. Numéro offers three editions: Numéro, Numéro Homme, Numéro Art.
Numéro 235 of December-January 2022-2023
In this Numéro 235 : an exclusive encounter with young Parisian actress Eye Haïdara, star of the movie Les Femmes du square by Julien Rambaldi, here photographed by P.A. Hüe de Fontenay ; Honey Dijon, edgy DJ and electronic music producer who ascended from underground clubs to the biggest fashion shows ; an interview with French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, who looks back on the success story of his label.
Also, Thomas du Pré de Saint Maur shares details about Le Grand Numéro de Chanel, a major event hosted by the fashion house this December in Paris ; a portrait of Stephen Jones, British milliner who has been creating hats for the biggest names in fashion for over forty years ; the resurgence of artist Scott Kahn, whose paintings transport into dreamlike landscapes ; and fashion stories by Boris Camaca, Ben Hassett, Szilvester Makó, TIm Richardson, Daniel Roché and Boo George.
INFILTRÉES - 5 MANIÈRES
D'HABITER LE MONDE
"INFILTRÉES – 5 manières d’habiter le monde" is the second group exhibition of the Reiffers Art Initiatives 2023 Prize.
The exhibition "Infiltrées - 5 manières d'habiter le monde" highlight the artistic process of five emerging artists from the contemporary scene: Meriem Bennani, Han Bing, Bianca Bondi, Binta Diaw and Ser Serpas.
The exhibition invites the five artists to take over the Acacias Art Center - whose new architecture will be revealed on this occasion - to display works that are almost entirely new. Artists who are not content to simply engage with the world, but who work just as hard to reconfigure it aesthetically and conceptually to propose other visions and other ways of making the world, together. At the end of the exhibition, one of them will be awarded the Reiffers Prize. With the support of Mazarine Group and La Mode en Images.
Reiffers Art Initiatives is a foundation created to support young contemporary creation and cultural diversity.
Reiffers Art Initiatives’ mission is to support France’s new art scene and give it international visibility. It finances and gives exposure to thirty emerging artists every year, who will influence tomorrow’s contemporary art scene.