"Fashion is so often presented in our culture as a thing of froth, which of course,
it partly is; but the bubbles are blown with such care and a sense of values."
- Anna Wintour


Monday, 20 May 2013

Number 5

An Exhibit:

     'She has, through a sort of miracle, worked in the world of Fashion following rules that only seemed valid for Painters, Musicians and Poets. She imposed the invisible, she imposed the nobility of silence on social commotion"
            Jean Cocteau, "Le Retourde Mademoiselle Chanel". March 1954

      Andy Warhol, 1985. Acrylic and Silkscreen
       Portrait of Gabrielle Chanel, 1933. Etienne Adrien Drain

       Pressed Flowers from Gabrielle's Apartment  Paris, France.
      Fawn, By Picasso

        Chanel Commerical, 1963.
    @ Palais de Tokyo

     In order to irreplaceable, one must always be different.
      Coco, 1974

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