Chanel

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Chanel

Gabrielle , known as Coco Chanel. 1883-- 1971, French couturière and perfumer, who created "the little black dress" and the perfume Chanel No. 5
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To say that I am excited at the prospect of strolling along the Left Bank, paying my respects at the House of Chanel and sipping coffee near Sacre-Couer is like saying Hitler was a bit of a rum 'un.
By the 1980s, as women were once again eyeing pea coats and bell-bottoms, the House of Chanel turned its attention to fads--and today, Chanel's designs are more in line with fads than fashion.
The couture house of Chanel is hinting that Paris Fashion Week has had its day and Chanel may move its entire operation to New York.
Said Karl Lagerfeld of the House of Chanel, "The Met has such old-fashioned ideas.
In the world of motorcycles, the Langlitz shop on Portland's Division Street carries the same cachet that, say, the House of Chanel once carried in the world of haute couture.
German designer Karl Lagerfeld came down to earth yesterday, stripping away the glitz and glamour from his haute couture collection for the house of Chanel.
Chanel Chance EDT: A round bottle and the colour pink, two firsts from the House of Chanel in this gorgeous scent.
It is that the formidable house of Chanel has moved into a high-rise building custom designed and built on the most important retail block in New York City: 57th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues.