Supported by The Carlos Family Foundation
Coco Chanel: The Life of a Fashion Icon
Atlanta Ballet to premiere in the U.S. award-winning choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s original ballet that explores the complex life of one of the 20th century’s most intriguing fashion icons.
Acclaimed Belgian-Colombian choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s original full-length narrative ballet Coco Chanel: The Life of a Fashion Icon will delve into the complex life of one of the 20th century’s most intriguing iconoclasts. The woman who launched a global fashion empire, Coco Chanel redefined the world of fashion and more than a century later her legacy continues. That legacy is defined in part by Chanel's brilliant designs, shrewd business acumen, and glamorous lifestyle; it is also defined by immorality and opportunism in her rise to the top.
Ochoa’s original full-length narrative ballet chronicles Chanel’s almost mythical rags-to-riches and often controversial story.
This production was inspired by real-life persons and events, but some incidents, names, characters and timelines portrayed in this production are fictitious. Reference to any specific product, service, design, or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or association by any person with Atlanta Ballet.
Hong Kong Ballet dancer Ye Feifei in Coco Chanel: The Life of a Fashion Icon. Photo by SWKit, courtesy of Hong Kong Ballet.
Hong Kong Ballet dancers in Coco Chanel: The Life of a Fashion Icon. Performance photos by Conrad Dy-Liacco and Tony Luk, courtesy of Hong Kong Ballet.