Coco Chanel was not Parisian, but many places in this City of Light are steeped with steps and touches of a great mademoiselle.
The Ritz Hotel has been a place of Coco’s constant residence for 34 years. The room is located on the second floor and designed in compliance with all the canons of the legendary designer’s aesthetics: a lot of mirrors, black and white colour scheme, gold-plated setting. Anyone who wishes to touch the history by living in the room of the legendary Chanel can do so for the cost of 28,000 € per day.
A Chanel flagship shop at 31, Rue Cambon is the place where Chanel used to live before moving to the Ritz. The mirror staircase when Coco herself and her models used to walk is the raisin of the building.
Café Angelina is the place where the designer liked to taste heated chocolate and Mont-Blanc bakery. The design of the building is not less sophisticated than the menu.
Cafe Le Grand Véfour having 200-year history is another one place where Chanel used to have a rest. The building is designed in the style of the Beautiful Era and still gathers people from high society and political bosses.
After having a supper, Coco used to go to the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées.
We are sure, that Chanel would be wigged out by a book shop 7L that was established not without the contribution of Karl Lagerfeld. Shelves of the shop are filled with books about fashion and serve as an eternal source of inspiration.