The Wartime Adventures of Chanel’s Perfumes: From Collaborator to Deal Breaker

Gabrielle Chanel (1883-1971), known by the sobriquet, Coco, from her cabaret singing days, was a prickly character who truly captured the collective unconscious. However, her darker side remains rather obscured to this day to the mass of consumers who recognize, in the nanosecond reserved for only the greatest of brands, her interlocking CC insignia and her iconic black and white Chanel pack…
Read full article: The Wartime Adventures of Chanel’s Perfumes: From Collaborator to Deal Breaker from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine.