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Coco Chanel and Fulco di Verdura attending the "Bal Second Empire". Paris, 1934

Coco Chanel, and Fulco di Verdura. Bal des Valses, organized by the Faucigny-Lucinge's prince and the Guinzbourg's baron, Paris, 1934 © Lipnitsky Roger-Viollet

french-voguettes:    “Si une femme est mal habillée, on remarque sa robe, mais si elle est impeccablement vêtue, c’est elle que l’on remarque.”  Coco Chanel (en photo avec Romy Schneider)

By Milton Greene, early 1 9 6 Coco Chanel and Romy Schneider, Paris. Coco Chanel and Romy Schneider by Milton Greene, Paris, early

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Coco Chanel, in tiers of white lace, and Serge Lifar, the ballet master of the Paris Opéra Ballet, arrive at the Villa Trianon in 1938 with writer Paul Morand. Chanel must have torn the hem of her dress while getting out of her car.

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Coco Chanel, in tiers of white lace, and Serge Lifar, the ballet master of the Paris Opéra Ballet, arrive at the Villa Trianon in 1938 with writer Paul Morand. Chanel must have torn the hem of her dress while getting out of her car.

Coco Chanel, by Cecil Beaton, Pencil's, 1960's © National Portrait Gallery, London

Coco Chanel, by Cecil Beaton, Pencil's, © National Portrait Gallery, London

1920: Gabrielle Chanel in Deauville. © Chanel - Collection Denise Tual

The Chanel Little Black Jacket of Past and Present

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