Chanel: Celebrating 110 Years of Fashion in 2019
09 January 2019 | 1:15 pm
The legendary House of Chanel will celebrate over a century of fashion as the label turns 110 in 2019. Here's a review of the last round of Chanel shows presented by current creative director Karl Lagerfeld, all of which have kept Coco Chanel's refined yet relaxed aesthetic alive on the runway.
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