For the second edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon (Literary Rendezvous at rue Cambon), CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, have invited the French writer Camille Laurens alongside Algerian-French actress Lyna Khoudri and the literary historian Fanny Arama.
This conversation begins with the actress Lyna Khoudri reading an excerpt from ‘Fille’, Camille Laurens’ latest novel.
Camille Laurens then discusses her body of work, the female condition and the power of literature in the construction of a life. Through the question, “What happens to a girl in the course of her life, because she is a girl?” the writer examines the fate of women, feminism, the rendering of women invisible, the social changes since the 1960s, ageing, sisterhood and the act of handing down.
“Her writing is a writing of desire. She always invents a language to translate the untranslatable, a language of the body, a hyper-responsive language in which the power of the words creates a feeling of dizziness and heady disorientation.”Charlotte Casiraghi about Camille Laurens
Charlotte Casiraghi wore a Chanel jacket from the Pre-Fall 2021 collection and lambskin loafers.
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