Chanel: A Woman of Her Own

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Chanel. The name means fashion and perfume, emancipation and casual feminine allure. Gabrielle Chanel began as a kept woman making hats for her lover's other mistresses and went on to become fashion's greatest career woman. She never married or had children, but men like Igor Stravinsky and the Duke of Westminster abandoned their families for her. Now Axel Madsen tells Chanel's story. Scheduled to become a TV miniseries starring Jane Seymour. 32 illustrations.

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ModelAEraLady

Feb 11, 2010

Historical glimpse

Although this is not a quick or a compelling read, it does give the reader a glimpse into the politics of the time through the eyes of a woman trying to keep a business afloat during Hitler's occupation of France. While her lifestyle definitely is not that of a middle class person, it is interesting to read about what is perceived to be her notions of love and life.

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