Trends come and go, but when it comes to creating a timeless look that never loses its appeal, some brands nail it on the head. We're talking of course about Chanel's now famous interlocking C logo, considered a wardrobe staple by countless fashionistas.
But what you don't know about the now iconic logo is that it was allegedly inspired by Coco Chanel's visit to the Château de Crémat in Nice, France, where the vaulted arches very closely resemble the designer's famous interlocking C design. How's that for architecture inspiring fashion?
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