Coco CHANEL

July 1962, Douglas KIRKLAND was just 27 years old. He was in Paris for LOOK magazine, in order to make a story on Coco CHANEL. When they met for the first time, the ‘Grande Dame’ almost ignored him. Redoubling is efforts, Douglas KIRKLAND succeeded in winning the trust of Mademoiselle, it opened the doors of her workshop of fashion design. Thanks to that, he documented during three weeks the intimacy of one of the most famous fashion designer in the world.

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  • Coco Chanel (roll 49 - frame 35)

    Coco Chanel (roll 49 - frame 35), 1962

    Original photography

    Pigment print on archival paper

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  • Coco Chanel (roll 16 - frame 23)

    Coco Chanel (roll 16 - frame 23), 1962

    Original photography

    Pigment print on archival paper

    Signed, numbered and...

  • Coco Chanel (roll 23 - frame 7)

    Coco Chanel (roll 23 - frame 7), 1962

    Original photography

    Pigment print on archival paper

    Signed, numbered and...

  • Coco Chanel (roll 23 - frame 14)

    Coco Chanel (roll 23 - frame 14), 1962

    Original photography

    Pigment print on archival paper

    Signed, numbered and...

  • Coco Chanel

    Coco Chanel, 1962

    Original photography

    Pigment print on archival paper

    Signed, numbered and titled on the back by...