Intimate Chanel

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Intimate Chanel

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The most personal account of the life and work of legendary designer Coco Chanel ever told. Coco Chanel課ェs life and work have been recounted often in print and film-everything except the details of her most private self: her fondness for symbolism and poetry, the men she loved, her family, and in particular her nephew Andre Palasse, whom she raised like a son. His daughter Gabrielle Palasse-Labrunie--goddaughter to both Chanel and the Duke of Westminster and Chanel課ェs only direct descendant--enjoyed a close-knit relationship with the designer for more than forty years. In this biography, she opens her doors and shares personal memories of her great-aunt.

This work--divided into five chronological parts, including Chanel課ェs dark periods--plunges the reader into the private world of Chanel, offering intimate insight. Photographs of Chanel課ェs personal effects, many of which have never before been seen or published, include presents from her great love Boy Capel, furniture, favorite jewelry, talismans, clothes, family photographs, rare documents, correspondence, and books with personal inscriptions.

In Intimate Chanel, Palasse-Labrunie discloses all that was 課マimportant課to her great-aunt and recounts their private conversations, unveiling who her 課マAuntie Coco課really was: a Chanel who was very different from her public persona.

This hardcover book measures 8 inches by 11 inches. Published September 13, 2011.

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Brand: Random House

Origin: Italy

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