This party was unique, extremely chique and completely inspired in the Chanel universe. Crazy!
The invite said:
Dress Code: white
Dress Code: black
The party happened in the client’s penthouse and was divided in two parts:
First, all the ladies arrived dressed in white to get their make-up from top artist Jr Mendes.
I prepared a table over 16ft, only with Chanel make-up and accessories. It was breathtaking..
The guests were pampered for over an hour and a half and got very well produced!
Jr Mendes‘ team did hair and make-up on all of them! We even rented make-up chairs…
We also placed a LCD TV showing all the beauty videos from Chanel!
To avoid the risk that anyone would run out of battery in their cell, we created the “Iphone Charge Station”.
That’s right! A charging station for cellphones, of course with lots of cargers, batteries,
cleaning products cloths for the screen as well as Chanel covers for all the girls!
When the girls were all pretty, we did a toast with a champagne cascade.
Perrier-Jouet, of course, Coco Chanel’s champagne.
By this time, the boys started to arrive and the party was about to begin!
The welcome drink was one of my favorite up to today!
I love working with Herbie from Help Bar… he joins me in crazyness and creates incredible drinks!
For this party, we did the Chanel nr 5 cocktail
The bartenders, all handsome and in white summer jackets, would put a
drop of perfume in a piece of sugar which would then disolve in champagne.
The cup was handed through the vapor smoke with projection… luxurious!
The buffet from Duas Gastronomia once again did their own show!
They personalized absolutely everything!
Together we created these two wonderful desserts!
The first was a brownie served in mirror platters,
with vintage perfume sprayers to add vanilla essence.
The second was an ice cream martini glass, silver sheet and ribbon shaped candy, inspired in haute couture!
The sweets table… I don’t know where to start!
Let’s go by steps:
Nelse from King Cake prepared several different cakes!
The first, black and white, and the others, smaller, inspired in clothing collars!
After a thorough research, we reproduced Chanel’s vintage jewelry in sugar, can you believe it? He’s an artist!
Stefan Behar also came through big time! I got several molds in NY and he went all out!
The bonbons got jewels, laces, laser cut rice paper… everything edible!
Notice the lollipop and the isomalt birds… beautiful!
Margareth from Cookieria also prepared beautiful cookie tiaras!
Plus the little boxes, sachets and lots of other little things!
To close with a cherry on top of the cake, the favors were a success!
Chanel lipstick for all the guests! Did you love it?