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Chanel s Synonymous with French Elegance As it does with most other labels, the fashion industry runs hot and cold on Chanel. At times the French house has been perceived as the singular brand driving the global fashion dialogue, the only one that could sum up the seasonal trends in a way that made sense in commercial terms while ceding nothing in the way of fantasy. On other occasions, however, the only real attraction Chanel has had to industry insiders has been its especially deep advertising pockets. The privately held company has an awful lot to hawk from fancy cocktail dresses to pricey lipsticks that close as a Chanel executive once said with the reassuring click of a Mercedes door. But unlike most labels that are based here in the world s fashion capital, Chanel has never gone out of favor with the public. It holds a rare place in popular culture. Chanel resonates even with those who have little interest in boucle jackets with fine gold chains sewn into the hem. For evidence of the broader fascination with the name, look to the constant stream of films, books and exhibitions about Gabrielle Moncler Down Coat Men "Coco" Chanel some of them sponsored by the brand itself that rarely ever ebbs. Shirley MacLaine was an Emmy nominee in 2009 for her role as the elder Chanel in the previous year s TV biopic. MacLaine s nomination was not hindered by the fact that she played the French designer with what sounded like a cross between a British and a Malibu accent. Few, it seems, can resist Coco. In 2003 the literary world published "Coco and Igor," which has been made into a movie, "Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky," to be released in 2009. But beating it to the big screen is "Coco Before Chanel," starring Audrey Tautou, which looks at the designer s life before she found her metier and rose to prominence. It s understandable that ordinary folks would be intrigued by Chanel and why professional storytellers would find her biography particularly interesting. She began her life as a wholly unextraordinary girl. She was orphaned as a child. She was a cabaret singer. Throughout her early adult life, she fought a class oriented society that saw her as undesirable. And she received the seed money for what would eventually become an empire of haute couture, ready to wear, cosmetics and one of the most successful fragrances of all time, from her married lover. Chanel was a street smart and entrepreneurial other woman. Moncler Authentic In short, Chanel the person and by default the brand epitomizes the familiar and tantalizing story of transformation. Aristocrats began to emulate the woman they had once shunned. And in this fairy tale as in all of them there is a magical talisman. In this case, it was the little black dress. The tale of Chanel captures the essence of what fuels the fashion industry as Blue Moncler Jacket a whole: the idea that a single garment, the perfect lipstick, just the right pair of shoes, can change everything. Fashion can make a woman anew. Of course, during his quarter century of leadership, designer Karl Lagerfeld has been instrumental in keeping the mythology of Chanel alive and vibrant from one generation to the next. If there has been one ubiquitous handbag seen dangling from the shoulders of women here young and old it has been the signature Chanel quilted handbag, in all sizes and in colors ranging from sober navy to vibrant fuchsia. In the spring 2010 collection Lagerfeld showed Tuesday morning, he made clear to any remaining doubters why Chanel continues to dazzle. Against a stage set that included a rustic wooden barn, a two story high haystack and faux fields of scruffy grass, models walked in cream colored suits frothy with ruffles and lace. His bell shaped skirts stood away from the hips and his bodices hugged the waist. It was a collection that was aiming to be nothing more than pretty very expensively pretty. But Lagerfeld is a showman and so there were surprises on his runway as well. In a sort of sideshow romp, a lone male gigolo with a thick mane of dark hair served as a foil to a boyish looking female model and her girly gal pal, until all three ended up getting cozy in a mound of hay. Adding to the boisterous atmosphere onstage was a party gazebo that rose from beneath the set to reveal Lily Allen performing along with two models serving as backup singers.