CHANEL COCO NOIR Eau De Parfum 100ml
Black is like nothing else. It's radical, exceptional and fascinating. Its intense character and enigmatic elegance hold a promise of the unexpected. From this deep, rich black emerges a unique olfactory experience. A Luminous Oriental. A fascinating, incredibly seductive presence emerges, redefining all codes. COCO NOIR. THROUGH BLACK... LIGHT REVEALED.
CHANEL COCO MADEMOISELLE Eau de Parfum Spray 35ml
An extraordinary story. Oriental-fresh, a floral jasmine-rose accord, as light as a petal.
CHANEL ROUGE COCO Hydrating CrÃ¨me Lip Colour, 414 Sari DorÃ©
Le nouveau rouge* Ultra-hydrating new texture for nourished lips and comfort. Enriched with mimosa, jojoba and sunflower plant butters, the CHANEL Hydraboost complex glides onto lips for a plumping effect and a lively luminous colour. *The new lipstick
Manolo Blahnik and the Tale of the Elves and the Shoemaker
Each book in this inspired series by fashion writer Camilla Morton inventively reimagines one of our favorite "Once Upon a Time" stories, blending it with the real-life story of a famed fashion designer. Lushly illustrated by the designers themselves, these tales illuminate each iconic individual's creative magic while celebrating his unique life and career. The result is an intriguing combination of whimsy and memoir. In this contemporary twist on the tale of the "Elves and the Shoemaker", Manolo Blahnik's delightful drawings evoke the past, envision the future, and, of course, evidence the indelible footprint he's made on fashion history. His illustrations take us from the banana plantations of his childhood to his current reign at the top of high-fashion footwear design, while playfully hinting at all the adventures he's had and friends he's met along the way.
We Need to Talk About Kevin
Eva never really wanted to be a mother; certainly not the mother of the unlovable boy who murdered seven of his fellow high school students, a cafeteria worker and a teacher who tried to befriend him. Now, two years later, it is time for her to come to terms with marriage, career, family, parenthood and Kevin's horrific rampage in a series of startlingly direct correspondences with her absent husband, Franklyn. Uneasy with the sacrifices and social demotion of motherhood from the start, Eva fears that her alarming dislike for her own son may be responsible for driving him so nihilistically off the rails.