Filed under: ART, FASHION | Tags: ART, chanel, FASHION, museum, new york
Any fashion whore from Hell to High Water has probably traveled to crazy far flung vintage and retail store locales just to catch a glimpse of the season’s newly fangeled Chanel 2.55 quilted bag. However, it is hardly routine for such a saught after iconic accessory to come to them.
Chanel, along with architect Zaha Hadid, has created an international mobile museum dedicated to the living legend that is the 2.55. Works of over 20 artists depicting their interpretation of the bag’s legacy will be featured in a fluidlike progressive pavilion situated in Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield. It’s understood that art appreciators, architectophile’s and fahion followers alike will be transported to a far away place – where Chanel is clearly the reigning power. Mobile Art will be landing in New york on October 20th and will run through September 9th. NIKKI
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