31 Rue Cambon, PARIS

A rare photo of the fashion legend herself in front of her shop taken bDouglas Kirkland in 1962.
 Fashion changes, 
but style endures  ~COCO CHANEL
Recently, I had a lunch meeting right across from the same shop where she once stood. 
Of course I would not miss a photo-opportunity of the iconic building!

Although Coco Chanel had her private suite at the Ritz, which is within a walking distance 
from 31 Rue Cambon, she also kept a lavish private apartment in this building.
~Let's take a peek inside:
Her exquisite apartment is on the third floor...almost everything has been frozen in time!

Do you remember this great fashion moment back in 2008? ^
Karl Lagerfeld decided to recreate the '31 Rue Cambon' to the fashion crowd 
at the Grand Palais. A life-size facade of the Chanel building, complete with 
a street-runway had been built into the fashion show venue! ~how amazing was that?!
Greetings from Paris
p.s : Just found out recently that CHANEL has a Blog as well ~Oh là là indeed! 



janettaylor said...

Ah, CHANEL! :)

Collette Osuna said...

CHANEL, by far...is my altime fav...great pics!!

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Kwana said...

Oh this was fun. Thanks!

Dancing Branflake said...

You have embraced the Coco and I love that! Fantastic post, Lenore. You always take everything to the nines.

Caroline said...


McVal said...

Awesome! Checking out that blog now.

LenoreNeverM♡re said...

so sweet of you, i truly appreciate that!

~Thank you ladies!

Sam said...

Lovely post dear Lenore - thank you! Such a wonderful icon - both the lady herself and the brand! XO's

David Toms said...

Well, did you pop in??

Susan said...

As stylish as you are, Lenore! Sxx

LenoreNeverM♡re said...

I have been good... saving for a good purchase fm Hermes!

Leah said...

I am so jealous of your trip! It looks like you are having a fabulous, and incredibly fashionable time! Keep the pictures coming! I am living vicariously through them!


Chessa! said...

that shop is fabulous! it's like a museum to go and enjoy. and the Chanel blog is one of my favorites!