The magnificent setting of the Saatchi Gallery, located at the heart of London’s Chelsea district, hosted the creations of the CHANEL fashion house and its famous designer Karl Lagerfeld for a temporary exhibition titled “Mademoiselle Privé”. A nod to the words appearing on the door of Gabrielle Chanel’s atelier at the Rue Cambon in Paris, the show was intended to offer visitors a journey into the brand universe. Featuring Haute Couture pieces, re-editions of the “Bijoux de diamants” Haute Joaillerie collection created in 1932 and the CHANEL N°5 fragrance, Mademoiselle Privé also presented portraits of various fashion models, actresses and friends of CHANEL. Among them were Julianne Moore, Lily-Rose Depp, Geraldine Chaplin and Stella Tennant, all pictured wearing outfits designed by Karl Lagerfeld especially for this occasion. The exhibition also included the contemporary English-style gardens, arranged in the brand’s famous interlacing Cs shape. Divided into three parts, these gardens were a reference to Gabrielle Chanel’s star sign, to the love of her life and to her irrepressible desire for freedom.