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* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her, although writers had to start calling her "Miss Pommel" due to Coco Chanel's company forcing a Cease and Desist on Hasbro due to the name similarities. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No]] ''[[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer really]]''.

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* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her, although writers had to start calling her "Miss Pommel" due to Coco Chanel's company forcing a Cease and Desist on Hasbro due to the name similarities. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No]] ''[[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer really]]''.


TheRoaringTwenties was the era of her prime, being participative in [[TheFlapper women's liberation]] at the same time being innovative and adaptable, all the while using camellias as her FlowerMotif, [[ReallyGetsAround dating a handful of rich aristocrats]] like the exiled Grand Duke Dmitri of Russia, the Duke of Westminster, Etienne Balsan, Boy Capel, (of which the latter two would have a {{Triang Relation|s}} and a rumoured affair about Music/IgorStravinsky. In 1921, with the help of Ernest Beaux, a professional perfumer, she introduced the Parfum No. 5, alongside other parfums, makeup and skincare products made later. She also experimented in fabrics like jersey and tweed, both originally used in men's clothes, and in 1926, perfected the LittleBlackDress. Not to mention, she popularized the [[PetitePride loose silhouette]] when she borrowed a fisherman's jacket, wearing pants and cardigan, donning bobbed hair, short skirts, affordable costume jewellery, sparkly beaded dresses, and [[ButNotTooWhite tanned skin]] after vacationing in Cannes. All these things shaped TheFlapper as is, and leaves a lasting impact in fashion. By the time TheGreatDepression hit, if she was not battling with surrealist coututier ElsaSchiaparelli or famed Hollywood costumer GilbertAdrian, she was at the height of her fame, all thanks to Hollywood patrons and actresses wearing her designs.

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TheRoaringTwenties was the era of her prime, being participative in [[TheFlapper women's liberation]] at the same time being innovative and adaptable, all the while using camellias as her FlowerMotif, [[ReallyGetsAround dating a handful of rich aristocrats]] like the exiled Grand Duke Dmitri of Russia, the Duke of Westminster, Etienne Balsan, Boy Capel, (of which the latter two would have a {{Triang Relation|s}} and a rumoured affair about Music/IgorStravinsky. In 1921, with the help of Ernest Beaux, a professional perfumer, she introduced the Parfum No. 5, alongside other parfums, makeup and skincare products made later. She also experimented in fabrics like jersey and tweed, both originally used in men's clothes, and in 1926, perfected the LittleBlackDress. Not to mention, she popularized the [[PetitePride loose silhouette]] when she borrowed a fisherman's jacket, wearing pants and cardigan, donning bobbed hair, short skirts, affordable costume jewellery, sparkly beaded dresses, and [[ButNotTooWhite tanned skin]] after vacationing in Cannes. All these things shaped TheFlapper as is, and leaves a lasting impact in fashion. By the time TheGreatDepression hit, if she was not battling with surrealist coututier ElsaSchiaparelli Elsa Schiaparelli or famed Hollywood costumer GilbertAdrian, Gilbert Adrian, she was at the height of her fame, all thanks to Hollywood patrons and actresses wearing her designs.



...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[CoolOldLady at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.

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...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior Christian Dior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[CoolOldLady at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.


She was the only fashion designer listed among the 100 most influential people of the TwentiethCentury according to TIME Magazine (1999).

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She was the only fashion designer listed among the 100 most influential people of the TwentiethCentury TheTwentiethCentury according to TIME Magazine (1999).


* ''Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky'', a 2009 French film depicting the rumoured affair of both Coco Chanel and Music/IgorStravinsky, starring Anna Mouglalis as Chanel and Creator/MadsMikkelsen as Stravinsky.

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* ''Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky'', a 2009 French film depicting the rumoured affair of both Coco Chanel and Music/IgorStravinsky, Igor Stravinsky, starring Anna Mouglalis as Chanel and Creator/MadsMikkelsen as Stravinsky.


* ''Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky'', a 2009 French film depicting the rumoured affair of both [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky]]

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* ''Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky'', a 2009 French film depicting the rumoured affair of both [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky]]Music/IgorStravinsky, starring Anna Mouglalis as Chanel and Creator/MadsMikkelsen as Stravinsky.


* {{WebAnimation/RWBY}} has Coco Adel, {{Action Fashionista}} with a {{Bob Haircut}}, named after her.

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* {{WebAnimation/RWBY}} has Coco Adel, {{Action Fashionista}} with a {{Bob Haircut}}, bobbed hair, named after her.


...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[CoolOldGuy at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.

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...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[CoolOldGuy [[CoolOldLady at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.


...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[BadassGrandma at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.

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...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[BadassGrandma [[CoolOldGuy at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.


...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[BadassGrandma at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfit]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.

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...[[TenMinuteRetirement for about fifteen years]]. By that time, ChristianDior was at his peak, with his silhouette consisting an ultrafeminine chic of long skirts, narrow shoulders, accented busts and thin waists that was considered a big break from wartime rationing. Chanel reopened her shop with a jersey suit contrasting Dior's silhouette, [[BadassGrandma at the age of 70]]. One of the [[IconicOutfit most notable outfit]] outfits]] using her silhouette was the pink jersey ensemble worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on the day her first husband, [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy John]], died. While her collection wasn't well-received in Paris due to her wartime association, it was instantly [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff well-favored by the British and Americans]]. All the while, despite the mixed reputation, and her distaste for miniskirts, she continued to run the business in TheSixties and left it running well when it emerged as a successful fashion empire even after her death.


* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o9dTCl0hkY Once Upon a Time]]'' a short film by KarlLagerfeld starring KeiraKnightley as Chanel.

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o9dTCl0hkY Once Upon a Time]]'' a short film by KarlLagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld starring KeiraKnightley Creator/KeiraKnightley as Chanel.


* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her, although writers had to start calling her "Miss Pommel" due to Coco Chanel's company forcing a Cease and Desist on Hasbro due to the name similarities. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No]]
''[[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer really]]''.

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* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her, although writers had to start calling her "Miss Pommel" due to Coco Chanel's company forcing a Cease and Desist on Hasbro due to the name similarities. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No]]
No]] ''[[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer really]]''.


* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her.

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* Coco Pommel, a minor character in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', was named after her.her, although writers had to start calling her "Miss Pommel" due to Coco Chanel's company forcing a Cease and Desist on Hasbro due to the name similarities. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer No]]
''[[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer really]]''.


'''Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel''' (19 August 1883 - 10 January 1971) was a French haute couture FashionDesigner. Her innovative creations shaped fashion in TheTwentiethCentury and is one of the main contributors that liberated women's fashion, alongside creating the eponymous fashion brand renowned and distributed worldwide.

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'''Gabrielle Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel''' Chanel (19 August 1883 - 10 January 1971) was a French haute couture FashionDesigner. Her innovative creations shaped fashion in TheTwentiethCentury and is one of the main contributors that liberated women's fashion, alongside creating the eponymous fashion brand renowned and distributed worldwide.



TheRoaringTwenties was the era of her prime, being participative in [[TheFlapper women's liberation]] at the same time being innovative and adaptable, all the while using camellias as her FlowerMotif, [[ReallyGetsAround dating a handful of rich aristocrats]] like the exiled Grand Duke Dmitri of Russia, the Duke of Westminster, Etienne Balsan, Boy Capel, (of which the latter two would have a {{Triang Relation|s}} and a rumoured affair about IgorStravinsky. In 1921, with the help of Ernest Beaux, a professional perfumer, she introduced the Parfum No. 5, alongside other parfums, makeup and skincare products made later. She also experimented in fabrics like jersey and tweed, both originally used in men's clothes, and in 1926, perfected the LittleBlackDress. Not to mention, she popularized the [[PetitePride loose silhouette]] when she borrowed a fisherman's jacket, wearing pants and cardigan, donning bobbed hair, short skirts, affordable costume jewellery, sparkly beaded dresses, and [[ButNotTooWhite tanned skin]] after vacationing in Cannes. All these things shaped TheFlapper as is, and leaves a lasting impact in fashion. By the time TheGreatDepression hit, if she was not battling with surrealist coututier ElsaSchiaparelli or famed Hollywood costumer GilbertAdrian, she was at the height of her fame, all thanks to Hollywood patrons and actresses wearing her designs.

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TheRoaringTwenties was the era of her prime, being participative in [[TheFlapper women's liberation]] at the same time being innovative and adaptable, all the while using camellias as her FlowerMotif, [[ReallyGetsAround dating a handful of rich aristocrats]] like the exiled Grand Duke Dmitri of Russia, the Duke of Westminster, Etienne Balsan, Boy Capel, (of which the latter two would have a {{Triang Relation|s}} and a rumoured affair about IgorStravinsky.Music/IgorStravinsky. In 1921, with the help of Ernest Beaux, a professional perfumer, she introduced the Parfum No. 5, alongside other parfums, makeup and skincare products made later. She also experimented in fabrics like jersey and tweed, both originally used in men's clothes, and in 1926, perfected the LittleBlackDress. Not to mention, she popularized the [[PetitePride loose silhouette]] when she borrowed a fisherman's jacket, wearing pants and cardigan, donning bobbed hair, short skirts, affordable costume jewellery, sparkly beaded dresses, and [[ButNotTooWhite tanned skin]] after vacationing in Cannes. All these things shaped TheFlapper as is, and leaves a lasting impact in fashion. By the time TheGreatDepression hit, if she was not battling with surrealist coututier ElsaSchiaparelli or famed Hollywood costumer GilbertAdrian, she was at the height of her fame, all thanks to Hollywood patrons and actresses wearing her designs.


* WebAnimation/RWBY has Coco Adel, {{Action Fashionista}} with a {{Bob Haircut}}, named after her.

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* WebAnimation/RWBY {{WebAnimation/RWBY}} has Coco Adel, {{Action Fashionista}} with a {{Bob Haircut}}, named after her.

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* WebAnimation/RWBY has Coco Adel, {{Action Fashionista}} with a {{Bob Haircut}}, named after her.

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