The Chanel Legacy Continues

Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition is extended by two weeks.


The highly anticipated Chanel exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, dedicated to the life and groundbreaking work of designer Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel, has proven to be a tremendous success, with tickets selling out almost immediately upon release. 



Such overwhelming popularity has led to the announcement of an extension to the exhibition's run. Initially scheduled to conclude on February 25, 2024, the showcase will now be accessible until March 10, 2024. 

Featuring over 100 new objects and 60 fresh looks, the exhibit, organized in collaboration with the Palais Galliera fashion museum in Paris, includes notable pieces such as one of the earliest-surviving Chanel garments from 1916, original costumes for the Ballets Russes' production of Le Train Bleu in 1924, attire crafted for Hollywood stars Lauren Bacall and Marlene Dietrich, and a pioneering example of Chanel’s evening trousers. 

The Chanel Universe

Stepping into the V&A's Chanel exhibition unveils the remarkable legacy of Gabrielle Chanel, inviting visitors to marvel at her iconic designs and contemplate the resilience and ambition that defined her journey from humble beginnings to becoming a trailblazing female leader. 



The exhibit not only honors Chanel's unparalleled contributions to fashion but also explores the controversies surrounding her, shedding light on the complex and enigmatic nature of this influential historical figure

This immersive experience leaves attendees with a deep appreciation for Gabrielle Chanel's lasting impact on both the fashion world and society as a whole.