Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, most commonly known as Coco Chanel was a French designer, whose patterns and designs revolutionized women’s clothing. She was the only designer listed in Time’s 100 Most Influential People of the Twentieth Century. Chanel has left a lasting mark on women’s clothing and fashion. Coco Chanel was born in 1883, there is not a specific date as she did not reveal her birth date. Chanel grew up in uncertainty and poverty.
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(Amy De La Haye, 2013) Chanel's creation of the long sleeves, slash-necked, straight silhouette, calf-length silk dress with only diagonal pin-tucks as decoration. (See Appendix 3) Has humanized women's wear, and set in stone true, feminine style and showed that women no longer had to create the impression of great wealth. Therefore, her dress is an everlasting symbol of empowerment and courage. To go out and beyond the trends and fashion at the time and instead create a comfortable, stylish, adaptable and classy style. Which has now been significantly adapted many times to please ongoing generations of stylish women
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