Meticulously presented in a raw space, the clash between Coletteâ€™s contemporary vision and Chanelâ€™s heritage became a metropolitan amusement during those fashion-boiling days of early March.
For those flirting between journalists, celebrities, and buyers, paying visit to this unique experience offered pedestrians the opportunity to participate and interact. In contrast with Coletteâ€™s flagship store meters away, this satellite venue supplied a different retail spirit.
Simultaneous activities in the space: having your passport photo taken while buying the most â€œjollyâ€ pastries at the pÃ¢tisserie trolley (by Chez Bogato), or having Chanelâ€™s Madmoiselle bag in Colette blue live painted by graffiti artist FAFI.
Through our eyes, the place was thronged. It all disappeared after ten days…
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