Book – When Chanel was forgotten in Switzerland

Heavy secrets kept the designer away from Paris after World War II. Journalist Marie Fert explains which

Benjamin Chaix

Posted today at 8:30 p.m.

Gabrielle Chanel in the 1940s, on the cover of Marie Fert’s book published by Slatkine.


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long time the reasons for exile in Switzerland by Gabrielle known as Coco Chanel, from end of World War II to 1954, nhave not been commented. A modest veil is thrown over this period of his life to which was interested in very near journalist Marie Fert, in her well-documented book: «Gabrielle Chanel, the years of exile». Very interesting pages which shed light on a whole section of the life of the illustrious French designer.

His return to the Parisian fashion scene in 1954 came shortly after the National Assembly voted on the last amnesty law linked to acts of collaboration. Because until then septuagenarian designer had good reasons to be forgotten.

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