Coco with her classic 2.55 bag

Coco with her classic 2.55 bag

Coco Chanel #CocoChanel Visit espritdegabrielle.com | L'héritage de Coco Chanel #espritdegabrielle

Coco Chanel #CocoChanel Visit espritdegabrielle.com | L'héritage de Coco Chanel #espritdegabrielle

CHANEL 2014

CHANEL 2014

Mademoiselle in the rue Cambon in 1962

Mademoiselle in the rue Cambon in 1962

A Lausanne, Coco Chanel retrouve Serge Lifar, un autre exilé. Il avait été le danseur étoile du "Train bleu", un ballet de Diaghilev pour lequel Coco la couturière avait créé les costumes. ( Archives de la Ville de Lausanne )

A Lausanne, Coco Chanel retrouve Serge Lifar, un autre exilé. Il avait été le danseur étoile du "Train bleu", un ballet de Diaghilev pour lequel Coco la couturière avait créé les costumes. ( Archives de la Ville de Lausanne )

Coco Chanel & Sharock Hatami (1965) #CocoChanel Visit espritdegabrielle... | L'héritage de Coco Chanel #espritdegabrielle

Coco Chanel: A life on camera

Coco Chanel & Sharock Hatami (1965) #CocoChanel Visit espritdegabrielle... | L'héritage de Coco Chanel #espritdegabrielle

Wealthy British industrialist Captain Arthur Edward 'Boy' Capel, shown here in 1911, was the love of Coco Chanel's life. In 1910, he and  Étíénne Bâlsan helped finance her first míllínery shop. Capel's death in a car crash in 1919 was the single most devastating event in Chanel's life. Twenty-five years after the event, Chanel confided to her friend, Paul Moránd: 'His death was a terrible blow to me. In losing Capel, I lost everything. What followed was not a life of happiness, I have to say…

L’esprit de Chanel s’expose au Palais de Tokyo

Wealthy British industrialist Captain Arthur Edward 'Boy' Capel, shown here in 1911, was the love of Coco Chanel's life. In 1910, he and Étíénne Bâlsan helped finance her first míllínery shop. Capel's death in a car crash in 1919 was the single most devastating event in Chanel's life. Twenty-five years after the event, Chanel confided to her friend, Paul Moránd: 'His death was a terrible blow to me. In losing Capel, I lost everything. What followed was not a life of happiness, I have to say…

* Coco Chanel à New York mars 1931, en route pour Hollywood

* Coco Chanel à New York mars 1931, en route pour Hollywood

Gabrielle Coco Chanel - 1939

Gabrielle Coco Chanel - 1939

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