Welcome to Brasserie Gabrielle! The Scoop on Chanel’s FW 15 Show

Karl Lagerfeld’s shown Chanel collections in a supermarket, in front of an iceberg, at a rodeo, and even on the fictional Chanel Boulevard. This morning, the design guru welcomed the masses to Brasserie Gabriella, a faux café built inside Paris’ Grand Palais complete with intricately tiled floors, handsome waiters, and coffee service, named of course for the house's founder Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel. Of the clothes, Lagerfeld told Elle UK, “This is really what I would love to see someone wearing for dinner, lunch or breakfast… But not ladies who lunch, huh? That’s another era.”

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