Paris Fashion Week: Chanel vows to replant hundreds of trees
By France 24
10 March 2018 | 6:00 am
From environmental awareness to social activism, the Paris 2018 winter ready-to-wear collections are changing the world! Chanel opts for a distinctly autumnal backdrop while vowing to plant 100 trees for each one it cut down.
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