New Tv Show About Coco Chanel

New Tv Show About Coco Chanel

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"Wow, what a new look!" Carmel Snow, the editor-in-chief of Harper's BAZAAR magazine, sobbed as she devised a new way of understanding and experiencing fashion. It was 1947 in Paris. Today we introduce a new series titled after her words.


There were just a few designers that gained tremendous success in the world of fashion during that period. But the reversal of trends that permanently transformed the world of costumes was mostly attributed to the two of them - Coco Chanel and Christian Dior. That is why the idea is to combine and share their incredible experiences in the new TV series The New Look. The show will be available on the Apple TV + platform shortly.


According to genuine occurrences, an action inspired by the two's great victory awaits us. The set is set during WWII. The series, written, produced, and directed by Todd A. Kessler, will pay respect to the creators, with a specific emphasis on the period in which they rose to renown.


Rounded shoulders, a tiny and thin waist, a wide midi skirt – youthful Dior celebrates rebirth with a fresh appearance and a new viewpoint after years of war, repression, and significant economic and social challenges. Against the backdrop of the Nazi occupation of Paris, the Normandy-born designer displays his debut collection, which is filled with feminine curves and exquisite accents after years of military and civilian uniforms, cutting restrictions and limitations.


Coco Chanel also produces innovative and revolutionary models that significantly revolutionized women's fashion trends at the time, such as the classic tweed dress, the famed bag model 2.55, and the ever-present two-tone pointed shoes.