Charlotte Casiraghi sings on one of Sebastien Tellier‘s last songs, “Mademoiselle”, in tribute to Coco Chanel.
A muse of Chanel
The romantic and whimsical singer-pianist Sébastien Tellier has just released a mini-album, Extatic, which immortalizes the soundtrack he composed for Chanel’s fall-winter 2022-2023 haute couture show. And on one of the pieces, magnified by a clip by Xavier Veilhan, he invites Charlotte Casiraghi, another muse of the house, to pose her – pretty – voice.
In homage of Coco Chanel
Sébastien Tellier has been a friend of the Chanel house since the Lagerfeld years, in addition to being a faithful follower of its artistic director Virginie Viard. The evidence of a partnership is therefore quickly emerging for the French artist, veteran of the French scene with a twenty-year career on the clock and author of the very famous Ritournelle (2007) and the incredible sensual odyssey Sexuality (2008) .
A dreamlike universe
This time, he is releasing Mademoiselle, a song in homage to a certain beauty, that of Coco Chanel, a title written by his wife, DJ Amandine from La Richardière, and performed with Charlotte Casiraghi. A poetic and playful song which is accompanied by a delirious, dreamlike and naive clip directed by the artist Xavier Veilhan, in which Chanel creations meet astonishing animals and architectural forms.