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Jamie Bochert as Marchesa Luisa Casati in the short film Once Upon a Time, directed by Karl Lagerfeld.

Costume design by Leïla Smara.

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Once Upon a Time, directed by Karl Lagerfeld. 

Jamie Bochert as Marchesa Luisa Casati.

Stars: Keira Knightley as Gabrielle Coco Chanel, Clotilde Hesme as Adrienne Chanel, Ashleigh Good as Jacqueline Forzane, Lindsey Wixson as Miss Wonderbilt, Tallulah Harlech as Ève Lavallière, Caroline De Maigret as Ida Rubinstein, Stella Tennant as Lady De Grey, Amanda Harlech as A Lady of Society, Saskia de Brauw as Vita Sackeville-West, Jamie Bochert as Catherine Pozzi, Hudson Kroenig as André Palasse, Jake Davies as Boy Chapel, Brad Kroenig as Étienne Balsan, Saïg Ollivier as Sem, Sébastien Jondeau as Georges Carpentier, Baptiste Giabiconi as Eduardo Martinez De Hoz.

Costume design by Leïla Smara.

Evening ensemble 

Design House: House of Chanel (French, founded 1913)

Designer: Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel (French, Saumur 1883–1971 Paris)

Date:1933–35

Culture: French

Medium: silk, feathers

Location: The Met

With the introduction of her couture shop to the Parisian fashion radar in 1914, Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel did not adhere to the exoticist constructive details or extravagant surface elaborations of many of her peers, but seemingly created an entirely new female fashion persona. Governed by an alternative modernism, her oeuvre catered to idyllic comfort and moveability, while her finishing techniques and intentionally ostentatious accessory items provided the Parisian upper classes a fashionable exclusivity. Streamlining both silhouette and texture, Chanel’s eveningwear was as elegant as her daytime designs were practical.
This gown and matching evening cape, constructed from Chanel’s signature black silk crêpe and embellished with combed ostrich feathers, embodies the fluid movement and elegance equally suitable for the 1930s dance hall and the private cocktail party.