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Virginie Viard

8 Mar 2020
Designer Virginie Viard, who was Karl Lagerfeld's number two and succeeded him after his death last year, presented a largely monochrome collection, heavily emphasizing black and white looks that have long been Chanel's hallmark.
12 May 2019
Chanel's new creative chief Virginie Viard delivered her first solo collection for the storied French label on Friday, following in the deep footsteps of Karl Lagerfeld with a show that drew inspiration from old-fashioned rail travel.

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