When Chanel takes inspiration from the masculine wardrobe

Inside_Chanel_chapter26_small.jpgBy reinterpreting the men's garments, Gabrielle Chanel invents a new lifestyle for women, open to confort and freedom of movement which allow the practice of sports, fishing, golf or yachting, and travelling.

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The luxury and fashion industries sign the Fashion Pact in view of the G7 conference

fashon-pact-small.jpgInternational luxury and fashion companies sign the sustainable committment for the planet which will be presented tomorrow at the G7.

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The Maison Chanel's white camelia is growing in the garden of Tuileries, from June 6 to 9, 2019

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It is in the South West of France, at the foothills of the Pyrénées Mountains, that the Gabrielle Chanel's iconic flower, called Camellia Japonica Alba is grown. 

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The Chanel open-sky laboratory

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Chanel has set up an open-sky laboratory in Madagascar in 2002, to grow and study the Vanilla Planifolia. In 2010, the Maison opens a new botanical station in the southern French Alps, to rediscover medicinal plant sources forgotten since the second half of the 20 th century.

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In the field of Chanel in the Tuileries gardens

champs-chanel-small.jpgAn ephemeral field garden and a “bastide” farmhouse have been settled in the Tuileries gardens, presenting an olfactory pathway from flower to fragrance, in the frame of the Jardins Jardin exhibition.

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