If there’s an image that defines perfection in design/fashion definitely the word will be Chanel. The fashion brand in the last years is having recognition on Luxury Interior Design with pieces full of glamour, elegance and sophistication. Know the new Chanel has a new pop up Parisian apartment.
Imagine a pack with Yves Klein cocktail table, a stunning white fireplace, a perfectly designed bookcase, jaw-dropping chandeliers, and, of course, Chanel fine jewelry. It is fantastic, right? Now you can see all this and more at Chanel’s new Parisian-apartment pop-up at Bergdorf Goodman’s in New York.
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The glamorous space features Chanel’s iconic black, white, and gold palette. The French fashion house is no stranger to creating fanciful locales for its designs; under creative director Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel shows have become an experiential performance of sorts, with recent sets including a grocery store, a café, and an airport.
It makes sense, then, that the brand’s first store-within-a-store would be so extravagant. And Bergdorf Goodman is debuting a new look as well—the store reopened its freshly renovated main floor earlier this week. The pop-up apartment, designed to mimic a high-end home open through September 11.
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He was born in Hamburg, Germany on 1933 and became part of fashion industry soon. He moved to Paris where he started to work with Balmain and many other stylists. In his trajectory, Lagerfeld is the frontman of Chanel for almost 40 years.
Coco Chanel wasn’t just a stylist and founder of what is now, this empire called Chanel, but was an inspiration for woman about how to be feminine, special, with values and right in a masculine society. She created 103 years ago a brand that works with details, elegance and beauty. The new apartment have this essential characteristics and represent this essence.
Source: Architectural Digest
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