114 episodes

For several years now, the House of CHANEL has been developing digital projects in the same spirit that has always animated it: combining innovation and technology with aesthetics and passion. In 2017 CHANEL launched its podcast, the 3.55.
Imagined as an intimate conversation, this previously unseen format favours sound over image and opens new doors onto the world of CHANEL.
 New episodes regularly see the light of day, recorded in spaces that are representative of the House, such as Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment or the Métiers d’art ateliers but also during events including the CHANEL runway shows, the travelling exhibition Mademoiselle Privé, the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères and the Cannes Film Festival. Each time, it is an invitation to discover a personality from the worlds of fashion and art, to become immersed in their experiences and their observations and to go behind the scenes of creation.
With the 3.55 podcast, CHANEL introduces a new way to communicate and to share: the episodes make up a virtual and highly original library, that can be kept and replayed whenever you like, wherever you like. An audio escapade…

3.55 CHANEL

    • Fashion & Beauty
    • 4.5 • 11 Ratings

For several years now, the House of CHANEL has been developing digital projects in the same spirit that has always animated it: combining innovation and technology with aesthetics and passion. In 2017 CHANEL launched its podcast, the 3.55.
Imagined as an intimate conversation, this previously unseen format favours sound over image and opens new doors onto the world of CHANEL.
 New episodes regularly see the light of day, recorded in spaces that are representative of the House, such as Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment or the Métiers d’art ateliers but also during events including the CHANEL runway shows, the travelling exhibition Mademoiselle Privé, the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères and the Cannes Film Festival. Each time, it is an invitation to discover a personality from the worlds of fashion and art, to become immersed in their experiences and their observations and to go behind the scenes of creation.
With the 3.55 podcast, CHANEL introduces a new way to communicate and to share: the episodes make up a virtual and highly original library, that can be kept and replayed whenever you like, wherever you like. An audio escapade…

    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Sofia Coppola

    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Sofia Coppola

    Sofia Coppola tells Monocle’s Tyle Brûlé, how her relationship with Chanel began.

    • 11 min
    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Soo Joo Park

    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Soo Joo Park

    Korean-American actress and DJ Soo Joo Park explains to Monocle’s editor-in-chief, Tyler Brûlé, how a multicultural upbringing and education helped her to master Chanel’s codes.

    • 10 min
    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Pharrell Williams

    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Pharrell Williams

    Pharrell Williams explains why technology can never match the romance and power of a story told by artists and craftsmen.

    • 13 min
    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Bruno Pavlovsky and Ayami Nakajo

    Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo : Bruno Pavlovsky and Ayami Nakajo

    Chanel’s fashion president as well as actress and model Ayami Nakajo talks to Brûlé as the exhibition opens.

    • 12 min
    CHANEL à l'Opéra : Pretty Yende (French version)

    CHANEL à l'Opéra : Pretty Yende (French version)

    Elle est l’une des sopranos les plus réputées au monde. Elle a excelle dans le Bel Canto avant d’accéder au rang de Diva grâce à Rossini. Dans un nouvel épisode du podcast 3.55 CHANEL à l’Opéra, la cantatrice sud-africaine Pretty Yende discute avec la journaliste et écrivaine Virginie Mouzat. Elle raconte le défi de chanter La Traviata pour la première fois dans l’adaptation de Simon Stone, ce que cela signifie d’être une chanteuse d’opéra noire aujourd’hui, et le soutien sans faille de sa #prettyarmy sur les réseaux sociaux.

    • 23 min
    CHANEL à l'Opéra : Hiroshi Sugimoto ( French version)

    CHANEL à l'Opéra : Hiroshi Sugimoto ( French version)

    Dans ce premier épisode du podcast 3.55 CHANEL à l’Opéra, l’écrivaine et journaliste française Virginie Mouzat s’entretient avec le photographe, architecte et scénographe japonais, Hiroshi Sugimoto, à propos du concept de créativité. Comment passe-t-on de la photographie à la mise en scène ? À l’occasion de son premier ballet, il revient sur sa carrière artistique, raconte son rapport à la scène, l’impact de l’art minimal sur son travail, et la nécessité d’avoir vécu pour devenir un artiste.

    • 21 min

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