When the Chanel Paris Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2008 fashion show needed a little dressing up, Karl Lagerfeld inspired an idea to decorate the Grand Palais with a very grand Chanel jacket. This idea was realized by Atelier Devineau, who created the 60'-high, 50'-wide garment, but it required an immense structure to support its form. It was up to project managers from events company Villa Eugénie (www.villaeugenie.com) to find the fabricator to do it. Enter Hans Willems, who started WI ...
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