Once again, the french fashion house is launching a new podcast titled “Chanel Connects” that brings together the most talented minds in film, art, architecture, dance, music, and fashion for an intimate conversations on the future of culture.
“While galleries, stages and studios have been dark, artists have not stopped creating and imagining new ways forward. Chanel Connects sees cultural game-changers delve deep into their imaginations to share ideas across disciplines, projects and institutions.” Said Yana Peel, global head of arts and culture at Chanel.
With a stellar lineup of guests such as Tilda Swinton, Akram Khan, Jennifer Packer, Es Devlin, and filmmakers Lulu Wang the series is not only dedicated for discussing the challenges we are facing in the time of uncertainty, but also for bringing a bit of optimism and hope to the cultural industries.
She continues: “As well as fascinating insight into the minds of today’s most creative innovators, it’s a prescient reminder to continue supporting the arts, championing what’s next and celebrating work that has the power to transform lives and wider society.”
Available on Spotify, Apple and Chanel’s website, the podcast features a wide range of topics from technology opening new avenues for creative work to advancing the role of culture as an agent for social change.
“Chanel Connects” is not the house’s first podcast series. In 2017, the luxury brand introduced 3.55, a series that took a deep dive into Chanel’s iconic handbags to the production of its fashion shows to styling VIPs on the red carpet.