Little fashionistas can choose between Lemarié, Lessage and N°5 Olfactive workshops, each introducing them to a different element of Chanel.
The Chanel No. 5 Olfactive workshop encourages children develop the associations between sense and sensation, exploring the link between the aromas in daily life and their memories, with an explanation of the workings of the brain. A number of guessing games will bring the experience back to the central issue of Chanel, and children will discover the six key elements contained in CHANEL N°5.
The Lemarie Feather and Flower Maker workshop is inspired French company Lemarié, now owned by Chanel, which specialises in the art of plumasserie, garment fabric flowers and sewing. The workshop introduces children to decoration and to the unique floral and leather designs that are such an iconic part of the Chanel brand.
The Lesage Embroiderer workshop further focusses on Chanel decoration. Little ones will discover the life of the famous French embroiderer François Lesage, who was welcomed into the Chanel galaxy by Karl Lagerfeld in 2002. Experts from the embroidery school will explain the creation process, from catwalk to the high street.
These free workshops take place on weekends of 17 - 18 and 23 -25 at 10.00am, 12.00pm, 2.30pm and 4.30pm. For half term week (26 October - 1 November) there will be session at these times every day.
Book a place
Booking opens on 7th October and you can reserve places for session up to one week in advance, A maximum of two complimentary tickets will be available per booking.
The available sessions are released 7 days prior to the booking date, which
means that on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October they will start releasing
slots for the weekend after (17th +18th October).
Recommended for children age 7 - 12.
|What||Chanel Workshop for Children|
Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London, SW3 4RY | MAP
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
13 Oct 15 – 01 Nov 15, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
|Website||Click here for more information and to book|