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Pathport x Les Eaux de Chanel, Paris - Riviera / EN Version

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Pathport x Les Eaux de Chanel, Paris - Riviera / EN Version

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Pathport x Les Eaux de Chanel, Paris - Riviera / EN Version

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The mere mention of its name conjures up images of a coastline winding its way between the Alps and the Mediterranean. Bringing the promise of azure blue and dancing sunlight, the Riviera evokes an enveloping softness and the lazy days of summer. Gabrielle Chanel began sojourning on the Riviera in 1920. She loved driving to Monaco with the Grand Duke Dimitri or travelling south on the Train Bleu, a means of transport made famous by Serge de Diaghilev who wrote a ballet by the same name and entrusted the costume design to Mademoiselle Chanel. She could often be found on the Côte d’Azur during the Roaring Twenties, one day on the Duke of Westminster’s yacht in Monte Carlo, another at her regular haunt, the Hôtel de Paris in Monaco, or at the Société des Bains de Mer resort known for its legendary parties. Gabrielle Chanel also frequented Cannes, where she opened a boutique, and joined the painters and writers who flocked to Saint-Tropez, which was but a fishing port at the time. But a little to the East, on the heights of Roquebrune, is where she chose to point her compass and have her villa “ La Pausa ” built. Mademoiselle oversaw every last architectural detail, and had olive groves and fields of lavender planted. She made it her permanent vacation home, where she entertained a number of celebrities such as Jean Cocteau and Salvador Dalí. There in her beloved southern France, Gabrielle Chanel wove a tapestry of moments suspended in time and joyful memories.

Created in collaboration with Les Eaux de Chanel, the “Paris-Riviera” travel diary takes you on an inspiring journey following the footsteps of Coco Chanel…

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