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Published: June  26, 2014

Chanel

The 57th Street flagship store embodies classic Chanel chic. The front facade features illuminated glass rectangles that mimic the bottle of the famed Chanel No. 5 fragrance, and the standard Chanel color palette of beige, black and white covers the interior of the store, which stocks everything from couture to cosmetics. The top level of the store's three floors has a VIP salon, a reserved section with recessed lighting and white drapes that flow from ceiling to floor. Since Coco Chanel founded the label in 1909, the luxury brand has popularized such wardrob elegends as the little black dress, the quilted-leather handbag, the tweed bouclé skirt suit, la marinière (Breton sailor stripes) and the signature double-C logo. The innovations of the house's current creative director, Karl Lagerfeld—seen in Chanel's couture fantasies each season in Paris have only added to the label's mystique.

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Address :

15 E 57th St New York, NY 10022

Phone :

+1 212 355 5050

Hours :

Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:30 pm Sun: 12:00pm - 5:00 pm

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Published: June  26, 2014

Chanel

The 57th Street flagship store embodies classic Chanel chic. The front facade features illuminated glass rectangles that mimic the bottle of the famed Chanel No. 5 fragrance, and the standard Chanel color palette of beige, black and white covers the interior of the store, which stocks everything from couture to cosmetics. The top level of the store's three floors has a VIP salon, a reserved section with recessed lighting and white drapes that flow from ceiling to floor. Since Coco Chanel founded the label in 1909, the luxury brand has popularized such wardrob elegends as the little black dress, the quilted-leather handbag, the tweed bouclé skirt suit, la marinière (Breton sailor stripes) and the signature double-C logo. The innovations of the house's current creative director, Karl Lagerfeld—seen in Chanel's couture fantasies each season in Paris have only added to the label's mystique.