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- “Die ewig Elegante” Amica
Coco Chanel hatte ein Näschen für guten Geschmack. Bahnbrechend war 1921 demnach auch der Duft „Chanel No 5“. Die Zahl lieferte der Flakon, den die feine Dame aus den Vorschlägen ihres Parfumeurs auswählte. Es war das erste Parfüm, das den Namen einer Modemarke trug und ist heute noch das meistverkaufte der Welt.
- “Coco Chanel: Three Weeks/1962 review” CaseeMarie.com
It’s 1962 in Paris and a fresh-faced Douglas Kirkland is in the city for the second time in his career as a photojournalist. He speaks no French and in general he feels a bit like a fish out of water, an inexperienced boy in a city full of sophisticated grown-ups. Enter his subject: Coco Chanel.
- “Coco Chanel Three Weeks 1962 review” Atlanta Literature Examiner
September heralds the end of summer and the beginning of the school year. To the fashion crowd this September is a celebration of the enduring legacy of and fascination with Coco Chanel, the French couturier, and the arbiter of style and grace.
- “Cover to Cover” Dallas Morning News
12 Design-minded gift books that may have you wondering if it’s really better to give than to receive.
- “The Chic of it All” Grazia Review
In 1962 photographer Douglas Kirkland spent three weeks with Coco Chanel. Grazia reveals captivating images from his new book.
- “Coco Chanel” Los Angeles Times
- “Discover: CHANEL: Three Weeks in 1962” Eat Love Savor
From the foreword through to the back cover, each lovely page unfolds the secret world of Coco Chanel.
- “A New Book Explores The Softer Side of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel” Huffington Post Style
It’s neither a confidant, a former muse, or dedicated biographer who has published the most touching book on legendary designer Coco Chanel to date. Instead, it’s photographer, Douglas Kirkland who was none of these, yet so much more to Chanel in the brief time he knew her.
"Douglas Kirkland Meets Coco Chanel" AI-AP Design Arts Daily
" Coco Chanel: Three Weeks/1962 by Douglas Kirkland (Glitterati, 2015) is a distinctly unique and intimate look at the woman who transformed contemporary fashion...—Kirkland fixed his lens on Coco Chanel for twenty-one days in 1962. "
- "Interview with Douglas Kirkland, author of 'Coco Chanel: Three Weeks 1962'" Read Me: Great Books to Read
" Mademoiselle changed my life. She literally changed it. She taught me that I could do just about anything. She gave me confidence and elevated me. I was from a small Canadian town, had not grown up with little money or sophistication, and she encouraged me that, showing that with determination, I could do anything I wanted."