From the foreword through to the back cover, each lovely page unfolds the secret world of Coco Chanel in the book CHANEL: Three Weeks in 1962.
Capturing the icon in intimate photos: gorgeous, private, elegant shots from professional photographer Douglas Kirkland, who was a young man of twenty-seven when he was sent on assignment to photograph Coco Chanel in France at her couture house. Intensely private, the icon warmed to him and it showed in the photos. Each image makes you feel as though you are right there, experiencing this privileged world!
We loved that the advise Mademoiselle passed on to the author had a life lasting effect – those who love Ms. Chanel, feel the same way. This book is captivating from the first page to last. For more information about the book and author Douglas Kirkland, visit www.glitteratiincorporated.com
by Angela Tunner
Douglas Kirkland on Coco Chanel
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