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French atelier Chanel is promoting its J12 timepiece offerings in a new graphic novel housed on Vogue’s homepage.
Thanks to the success of the color cosmetics category, a number of luxury brands are beginning to update their beauty retail strategies to include standalone storefronts.
In the seventeenth installment of Inside Chanel, the French atelier explores how its founder leveraged style, material and feminine paradoxes to establish the ultimate expression of luxury.
French atelier Chanel is showing that red is much more than a color in the latest installment of its Beauty Talk series.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Oct. 24 – Balenciaga looks toward further international expansion under new CEO; Tmall leverages see-now, buy-now capabilities for marathon fashion show; HBC taps former Bergdorf Goodman exec as head of partnerships; St. Regis Abu Dhabi raises the roof on dining.
Department store chain Barneys New York is recreating the atmosphere of Chanel’s cruise show in Havana, Cuba in the windows of its Chelsea store.
French atelier Chanel walks viewers through the history of the brand’s relationship to the camellia flower from the perspective of the flower itself for its latest Inside Chanel video installment.
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