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

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In 1920, Mademoiselle was inconsolable. To erase the memory of Boy Capel who died tragically in a car accident in December 1919, Misia and the painter José Maria Sert invited her to Venice. Not only did Gabrielle Chanel light upon a city on the borders of European and Eastern culture, Venice also rekindled her desire to live. Her discovery of Venetian artists and the unforgettable parties thrown by cosmopolitan aristocrats who spent their days basking in the sun on the Lido beaches helped Gabrielle forge her inimitable style. That of a woman who dared to warm her face in the sun, wear pajamas in broad daylight and don sandals with a cork sole. With her friend Misia, she made the acquaintance of Paul Morand and Sergei Diaghilev, creator of the Ballets Russes. Venice is where she drank in the glimmer of the mosaics, the shining hammered gold and precious gems of St Mark’s Basilica, which inspired the design of her first jewelry collections. Venice was more than just a seasonal jaunt. For Gabrielle Chanel, Venice was a restorative, inspirational whirlwind that reignited her creative spark. A unique city that nourished her wonderment.

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

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