Don't lose to the male society and preconceived ideas. Believe in yourself and get the courage to open up the world- "Coco Avant Chanel"
"It's nice to dress up, but it's miserable to dress up." It's the words of the founder of Chanel, Gabriel Bonnur Chanel. She wasn't the wife of anyone until she died at the age of 87, leaving herself in love with many wealthy men, businessmen, and artists. Her words rejected her outfit, emphasizing her waist and chest to be liked by men, and a glimpse of her will in her life to embody the antithesis of being "dressed up". Yes. "Coco Avant Chanel" introduced this time depicts the half-life of Chanel who continued to work until the day of her death in order to free women from corsets and the inconvenience of living by being fed by men.
In the early 1900s, when Chanel, who grew up in an orphanage, grew up and stepped into social circles, the woman wore a gorgeous hat with uniform large wings and made a constriction to make her chest stand out. I was dressed in a fashion that I could make. When she sees it, she says, "It's like silver tableware," "it's too tight and it's about to fall," and "it's like a cupcake." Chanel poisons her. The scene in which she takes off her gorgeous dress, which was given as a gift even during her work, and cuts a men's shirt by herself to create simple clothes with her own sense, is exactly "cool woman". Chanel's human charm, which defeated her feudal attire as a "rebel of the times" and determined the fashion of modern women, is fully expressed.
Her angry creativity, which created elegant yet active and practical clothes from men's attention-grabbing fashion, created innovative fashion, and her familiar "Chanel suit". Probably it was created. By the way, she loves her work and hated Sunday. It's hard to sympathize with the fact that I don't like Sundays because the shops are closed and boring.
Chanel is also famous for its many quotes and anecdotes. When she got a jewel from a millionaire, she even trampled on her heel, saying, "I'm trying to buy me with a jewel!" What she loved as an accessory throughout her life was an imitation bijou with several pearls. This is a fake jewel. She felt "rebellious and stimulating" because she was fake, and she claimed she was more beautiful than the real thing. Many jewel gifts are brought back to the atelier for the next design, where she creates an unrivaled fashion ... It is no exaggeration to say that the current "CHANEL" exists only with both a pure will and a novel idea.
She closed the shop during the war and she made a comeback in the fashion world after she was 70 years old. Making her job worthwhile and sticking to her elegant outfit, she put on her make-up until the day she died one night in January 1971, dressed in her usual Chanel suit and sprinkled with perfume. It is said that he was working. The day she died strangely was her disliked Sunday.
Audrey Tautou, a French actress who played the leading role in "Amelie" and the heroine in "The Da Vinci Code", played the leading role this time. What surprises me with this work is that it looks just like her when she was young! She has a straightforward personality that goes the way she believes, and although she is ephemeral like a girl, she has a coquettish atmosphere. It is well expressed and makes me think about what a woman's elegant sex appeal is.
Also impressive in this work is Chanel's embarrassed eyes that he sometimes shows. She feels the eyes of other girls in an orphanage, sees a frolicking woman in social circles, and spends her days in a castle-like aristocratic mansion. Her eyes are confused when she touches on the preconceived ideas and abundance of her time. It's also reflected in her embarrassment when she overtly shows her values ??and differences from what she believes.
Chanel, who felt a lot of confusion and inconvenience, believed in her talent and opened up her world. Not only do modern designers know the trajectory of her creations, an eternal muse for many women, but they are also amazed at the sheer size of what she has left for modern women. The highlights are not limited to traditional clothing from the early 1900s and modern fashion. The appearance of Coco Chanel confronting male society and preconceived ideas will surely encourage and encourage modern women who are bound by various oppressions and roles.