Chanel’s 5 numbers in Paris by Chanel film is the latest short film series of Inside Chanel on the chapter 12, telling us 5 very important locations in chanel history. The film Paris by Chanel shows how Chanel first opened her millinery shop at 21 rue cambon in 1910 and more shops were open, followed by the number 29,25, 23, 27 and 31 on the same street. The second one is the apartment where she lived. The foyer, study desk, living room, dining room with no bedroom. The third one is The Ritz where Gabriel Chanel took a resident in 1937. First suite room with the view over place Vendome and rue cambon on the other side of the room. The fourth one is 18 Place Vendome, delicate refine jewelry shop established and the final one is Grand Palais, where Chanel always has her runway show beside at rue cambon.
Always lost in Paris. A fashion observer, food explorer, an Indonesian woman lives in Paris who loves to discover new things and frame it to her camera.
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