The show took place on the Paseo del Prado, Havana’s main artery and symbol of the links uniting Cuba and France: the Prado was redesigned in 1928 by a French landscape architect who at every crossroads positioned eight spectacular bronze statues of lions, Mademoiselle Chanel’s fetish animal. CHANEL thus blended humbly into this predestined décor.
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The party continued at the Plaza de la Catedral in Havana Old Town, the baroque and hedonistic heart of the city, in front of San Cristobal, one of the most beautiful 18th century churches in Latin America. In an extraordinary tropical décor where every item of furniture and every decorative object was hand made by Cuban craftsmen and women, the 600 guests including CHANEL ambassadresses
CHANEL ambassador Gaspard Ulliel, actresses Jodorowsky, Ana de Armas and Geraldine Chaplin Vanessa Paradis, Gisele Bündchen and Alice Dellal, Tilda Swinton, Marine Vacth
Music producer Caroline de Maigret
Illustrator and model Langley Fox Hemingway and director Deniz Gamze Ergüven swayed to the sounds of Septeto Habanero, Ibeyi, Rumberos de Cuba and the DJ Hugo Mendez.