LONDON — “Chanel Connects,” the podcast from the French luxurious model, is returning for a second installment with a brand new forged of creatives throughout movie, artwork, dance, music and extra.
Shifting the dialog ahead from the inaugural collection, which targeted on “what’s new in arts and culture,” season two will probably be exploring “what happens next” with trade figures together with Maisie Williams, Grimes, Kehinde Wiley, Lil Buck, Honey Dijon, Anicka Yi, G- Dragon and Misan Harriman.
The matters mentioned within the podcast will fluctuate from “Myth Making” with Harriman and Wiley; “Into the Metaverse” with Williams and Grimes; “The Comedy in Tragedy” with director Emerald Fennell and author Gillian Flynn, and “Transforming Dance” with Lil Buck and David Hallberg.
For the primary time, two out of the eight episodes will probably be in Korean and French to achieve a wider viewers. All episodes can be found on all streaming platforms and the model’s personal web site.
Yana Peel, international head of arts and tradition at Chanel, mentioned the collection will supply “rare insight into the world’s most creative minds as they celebrate the brave ideas that move us forward. Their voices and bold ambitions are not only defining culture today but shaping the conversations of the future.”
In 2017, the model ventured into the world of luxurious style podcasts by launching 3.55, a fashion-focused collection with mates and model ambassadors of the home, together with Keira Knightley, Sofia Coppola and Williams.
In episode one, “Into the Metaverse,” Williams opens up in regards to the trials and tribulations of fame, revealing that she knew appearing was going to be fulfilling, however “being famous could be really unfulfilling. And I just thought it was really important for people to, however you get famous, you realize that’s not the best part of it.”
“The big thing is the mental health aspect of the digital world. We sort of jumped into the deep end and people didn’t really consider how intense it’s going to be on social media and everything,” Grimes provides to Williams’ level.
In one other, Fennell, who portrayed Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in “The Crown,” discusses feminine violence with Flynn. “We have a vast appetite for cruelty, but it’s very different. I would say, and people don’t like to talk about it because it’s troubling, because we have to be good, because for society to work we all have to be good mothers, wives, but you know, the truth of it is, we’re not nice,” she says.
In “The Power of Sound and Vision,” the Korean characteristic, musician G-Dragon displays on creating “a new vision rather than following the trend of the era” with “Parasite” cinematographer Hong Kyung-pyo.