While Parisian jewelers have embarked on a tour of Europe to present their high jewelry collections to their customers, it is in London that Chanel has posed its jewels. This season, the luxury giant pays tribute to one of its most iconic signatures, tweed, which Coco Chanel discovered in the late 1920s during her escapades in Scotland with her lover, the Duke of Westminster. In the Westminster district of London, where the presentation is held, guests are amused to see (or revisit) that the black public streetlights all display a double C, painted in gold letters, identical to that of the fashion house, but unrelated to Coco confirmed a few years ago The Telegraph since it is the initials of the City Council. Under the glass roof of one of the Royal Horticultural Halls, the references to the seamstress and her stylistic grammar are unequivocal. The second jeweler chapter of Tweed is organized into five chapters...
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