By  on October 12, 2009

PARIS — Chanel is gearing up to make a splash in Shanghai on Dec. 3, when it will stage a fashion show for a luxury pre-fall collection and open an art-filled 5,160-square-foot boutique in the Peninsula hotel on the historic Bund riverfront promenade.

Karl Lagerfeld is flying into the futuristic Chinese city to show his latest “métiers d’art” collection, a ready-to-wear line embellished with the couture ateliers Chanel owns. The latest collection is themed “Paris-Shanghai” and will be accompanied by a short film directed by the peripatetic designer.

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