We're at the vernissage in the Palais de Tokyo in Paris to see the first exhibition ever dedicated to a perfume - Chanel No 5.
German designer Karl Lagerfeld's latest ready-to-wear show for Chanel has been condemned by environmental activists who believe it included ancient trees. The French luxury brand has promised to replant 100 new oaks.
Religious relics and Bible stories have long influenced the art world; it's no surprise then that objects of devotion have likewise sparked fashion's imagination, as the NY Met Gala and the museum's new exhibition show.
From Greek authors to contemporary poets, a Venice exhibition of the books of iconic designer Coco Chanel shines a new light on her inspirations and life. "The Woman Who Reads" shows fashion rooted in culture.
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