103 episodes

Conversations and audio documentaries that explore the House’s links with creation, the CHANEL podcasts are a series of rendezvous around topics dear to the House - fashion, savoir-faire, literature, cinema and danse - reuniting artists and friends of CHANEL.

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    • 4.8 • 53 Ratings

Conversations and audio documentaries that explore the House’s links with creation, the CHANEL podcasts are a series of rendezvous around topics dear to the House - fashion, savoir-faire, literature, cinema and danse - reuniting artists and friends of CHANEL.

    "les Rencontres" - interview with Michelle Min Sterling

    "les Rencontres" - interview with Michelle Min Sterling

    Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Michelle Min Sterling, writer of “Camp Zero”, her first novel published by Bragelonne in 2023, in which she imagines a futuristic world confronted with the consequences of climate change. Through this conversation with Erica Wagner, Michelle Min Sterling discusses the origins of her novel and her sources of inspiration, both historical and contemporary, and describes her relationship with the genres of dystopia and utopia in literature. Together, they also evoke the role of women in her story and the way fiction can raise awareness of environmental issues.




    As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.




    Michelle Min Sterling, Camp Zero © Atria Books, 2024

     © The Globe and Mail

    Camp Zero reads like a chronicle of the present © David Moscrop, 2023 

    © The London Times 

    Camp Zero by Michelle Min Sterling review by

    Houman Barekat © The London Times, 2023

    Omar El Akkad, American War, Knopf, 2017

    Octavia Butler, Parable of the Sower © Hachette, 2019

    Margaret Atwood, MaddAddam Trilogy, Penguin Random House, 2014

    The Dispossessed. Copyright © 1974 by Ursula K. Le Guin. An edition of this book was published in 1974 by Harper & Row, Publishers.

    Severance by Ling Ma. Copyright © 2018 by Ling Ma. Used by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    • 43 min
    CHANEL et la danse — "Notre Sacre", fruit de la collaboration artistique entre Abd Al Malik, Blanca Li et David Grimal

    CHANEL et la danse — "Notre Sacre", fruit de la collaboration artistique entre Abd Al Malik, Blanca Li et David Grimal

    Dans un documentaire sonore exclusif, découvrez les coulisses du spectacle Notre Sacre, fruit de la collaboration artistique entre les amis de la Maison Abd Al Malik et Blanca Li ainsi que David Grimal.




    Fidèle à son attachement à la création contemporaine et à la danse, la Maison CHANEL a l’honneur de soutenir ce projet qui s'inscrit dans la continuité des liens unissant historiquement Gabrielle Chanel au Sacre du Printemps. Produit par la Philharmonie de Paris et présenté pour la première fois dans la Grande salle Pierre Boulez, Notre Sacre est une adaptation contemporaine du célèbre Sacre du Printemps de Stravinsky. Ce spectacle, mis en récit par Abd Al Malik, avec Blanca Li à la mise en scène et David Grimal à la direction musicale, fait se rencontrer danse, musique et poésie contemporaine, comme un symbole d’unité et de vivre-ensemble.




    Entretiens menés par Dorothée de Cabissole.

    • 16 min
    « les Rencontres » - entretien avec Alice Renard

    « les Rencontres » - entretien avec Alice Renard

    Écoutez la journaliste Lauren Bastide en conversation avec Alice Renard, autrice d’un premier roman, « La Colère et l’Envie », publié par les éditions Héloïse D’Ormesson en 2023, dans lequel elle explore la complexité des relations de l’héroïne, une adolescente neuroatypique, et son ouverture progressive au monde. Au fil de la conversation, Lauren Bastide et Alice Renard évoquent le sentiment de frustration à l’origine du roman et de son titre, le désir de l’autrice de célébrer la beauté du monde ainsi que le pouvoir émancipateur de l’écriture. Ensemble, elles reviennent également sur son goût pour la littérature du Moyen Âge et pour les différentes formes d’écriture, du théâtre à la poésie. 




    En marge des Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon, le podcast « les Rencontres » met en lumière l’acte de naissance d’une écrivaine dans une série imaginée par CHANEL et Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassadrice et porte-parole de la Maison.




    Alice Renard, La Colère et l’Envie, © Éditions Héloïse d'Ormesson, 2023. 

    Chrétien de Troyes, Lancelot ou le chevalier de la charrette, XIIème siècle.

    Albert Camus, Noces, © Éditions Gallimard, 1950.

    Marguerite Duras, Le ravissement de Lol V. Stein, © Éditions Gallimard, 1964.

    Alice Renard, Peaux vives © Alice Renard

    Laurent Bénégui, Les étoiles doubles, © Julliard, 2023.

    © Le Monde.

    © Le Prix Méduse.

    © Fondation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet de la Vocation

    © Radio France - France Inter.

    Milos Forman, Amadeus, © The Saul Zaentz Company, 1984

    • 35 min
    Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Rachel Cusk

    Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Rachel Cusk

    For this thirteenth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] that was held at the 7L library in Paris, CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, invited novelist and essayist Rachel Cusk, along with model and friend of the House Naomi Campbell.




    Moderated by author and critic Erica Wagner, this encounter dedicated to the work of Rachel Cusk considers motherhood, how to explore personal stories through literature and the rework of the literary form it requires: “I think I always felt that my duty was to reality and how the novel could show that and contain it.”




    Extract from A Life's Work, Copyright © 2001, 2008, Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.

    Excerpt from A Life's Work: on Becoming a Mother by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2001 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.

    Saving Agnes by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.

    Saving Agnes by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 1993 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.

    © Whitbread PLC.

    © Costa Book Awards

    The Country Life by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.

    The Country Life by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 1997 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.

    In the Fold © Rachel Cusk, 2005.

    Arlington Park © Rachel Cusk, 2006.

    Arlington Park by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2006 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Outline Copyright © 2014 Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.

    Outline by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2014 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Transit by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2018. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.

    Transit by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2016 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Kudos by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.

    Kudos by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2018 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Extract from Second Place by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2021 Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.

    Excerpt from Second Place by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2021 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted/Used by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Extract from Second Place Copyright © 2021 Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.

    © Association Prix Femina.

    Rachel Cusk, Aftermath: On Marriage and Separation, © Faber & Faber, 2019.

    Extract from Aftermath: on marriage and separation by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2012 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.

    Parade © Rachel Cusk, 2024.

    Parade by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2024 by Rachel Cusk. Forthcoming from Faber & Faber Ltd. and Farrar, Straus and Giroux in June 2024. All Rights Reserved.

    From The New York Times Magazine. © 2016, The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license

    Mrs Dalloway © Virginia Woolf, 1925

    Elena Ferrante, The Lost Daughter, Translated by Ann Goldstein, © Europa, 2008. First published 2006 by Edizioni e/o as La figlia oscura                                                                    

    La figlia oscura by Elena Ferrante © 2006 by Edizioni E/O.

    • 43 min
    "les Rencontres" - interview with Sheena Patel

    "les Rencontres" - interview with Sheena Patel

    Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Sheena Patel, writer of “I’m a Fan”, her first novel published by Rough Trade Books in 2022, and soon to be published in French by Gallimard. In her novel, Sheena Patel explores the blurred lines between reality and the online world through the involvement of an unnamed female character in an unequal romantic relationship. Through this conversation with Erica Wagner, Sheena Patel talks about her desire to capture the spirit of her time. They also evoke “Four Brown Girls Who Write”, a collective of women writers created with her friends to support each other in their writing processes.




    As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.




    Sheena Patel, I'm a fan, © Sheena Patel, 2022. Cover © Granta Books, 2023.  

    © Rough Trade Books.  

    Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D., published by 

    Ballantine Books, copyright © 1992, 1955 by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D.  

    Minor Feelings : An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong, Random House, 2020.  

    Martine Syms, Shame Space, 2020. © Martine Syms. Published by Primary Information.  

    Martine Syms, The African Desperate, © Dominica Publishing, 2022  

    Maggie Nelson, Bluets, © Copyright 2009 by Maggie Nelson, Wave Books, 2009  

    The Argonauts © 2015 by Maggie Nelson. First published by Graywolf Press, Minneapolis.  

    © Guardian News & Media Ltd 2024.  

    Kathy Acker, Blood and Guts in High School, © Grove Press, 1984. 

    Celia Dale's A Spring Love is available from Daunt Books Publishing.

    © The British Book Awards.  

    © The Women's Prize.  

    © Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize.  

    © Jhalak Prize.  

    © Foyles. All Rights Reserved.  

    © Los Angeles Times. 

    Sheena Patel, I'm a fan, Translated into French by French novelist and translator Marie Darrieussecq, © Éditions Gallimard, 2025.  

    Juan Carlos Medina, The Limehouse Golem, © 

    New Sparta Films, 2016. 

    Roshni Goyate, Sharan Hunjan, Sunnah Khan, Sheena Patel, 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE, © Rough Trade Books, 2020. 

    © 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE 

    • 24 min
    « les Rencontres » - entretien avec Joséphine Tassy

    « les Rencontres » - entretien avec Joséphine Tassy

    Écoutez la journaliste Lauren Bastide en conversation avec Joséphine Tassy, autrice d’un premier roman, « L’Indésir », publié par L’Iconoclaste en 2023, dans lequel elle explore les thèmes du deuil et de la quête identitaire au travers du personnage de Nouria. Au fil de la conversation, Lauren Bastide et Joséphine Tassy évoquent le style de l’autrice, mêlant prose et poésie, et l’importance du travail sur la forme. Elles reviennent également sur sa newsletter, « Lézarde », une initiative originale destinée à maintenir un lien avec ses lecteurs.




    En marge des Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon, le podcast « les Rencontres » met en lumière l’acte de naissance d’une écrivaine dans une série imaginée par CHANEL et Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassadrice et porte-parole de la Maison.




    Joséphine Tassy, L'Indésir, © L'Iconoclaste, 2023.

    © L'Iconoclaste.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

A Fiction Fan ,

A brilliant podcast with a captivating host

This podcast is a wonderful addition to Chanel’s beautiful work across so many media. Erica Wagner seems to me one of those rare hosts who is both wickedly intelligent but creates a safe, intellectual, welcoming space that invites the best writing insights and stories from her guests. Simply put, if you enjoy fiction, you will enjoy this podcast. Thank you, Chanel!

LyneeRuiz ,

Well done!

My favorite podcast! Love getting an inside glimpse on my favorite house.

Rolo Review ,

Super fun! 😃

One of my favorite podcasts, a great fun touch point for the Chanel experience.

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