Red has never looked so grand. Just in time to meet the parents, you want to look your best and what better way than to indulge with the new items by Chanel.
In 1924 Chanel released what would become her iconic red color lipstick. With it also the infamous fragrance Chanel N°5 which would forever be etched as part of her legacy in the world for generations.
As of December 7 to December 23 you and your besties will have the wonderful opportunity to have an experience that only Chanel can provide you with– you can visit their newly created Pop-up store at 5 West 57 Street and lounge around and acquire beauty tips by some of the best makeup artists in the industry.
In 1924, she turned an intense vermillion red into her first lipstick — a seductive weapon; a symbol of passion and courage. As a tribute to the colour beloved by Mademoiselle, CHANEL presents LE ROUGE
For the first time in the history of the House, and for a limited time only, the iconic N°5 fragrance bottle has been reimagined in red. Available for purchase at LE ROUGE, the N°5 LIMITED EDITION collectible bottle comes in N°5 Eau de Parfum and N°5 L’EAU.
This unique destination featuring N°5 dressed in red, curated beauty products, limited-edition creations, signature gift wrapping, special events and more. Guests are invited to see, smell, touch, play and explore the many facets of red at this interactive beauty space — free and open to the public.
You are readers are in for a treat. If you can get to New York City make it your point to head over to the Chanel Pop-Up store, the Chanel team and beautiful models are waiting with open doors for you ready to treat you like the celebrities you are.
Guests will also have the chance to book consultations with renowned CHANEL Makeup Artists Kate Lee, Fulvia Farolfi, Cyndle K. and Tyron Machausen. Other activations to inspire, surprise and delight visitors will be scheduled and available for advanced sign-up throughout the duration of the pop-up.
You will be able to try on the latest cosmetic products from eye makeup to skincare, lipstick to blush, and most importantly the limited edition fragrance in the red Chanel sexy bottle. Grab a couple of bottles.
Before you exit make sure you get to take your photo in their fabulous photo booth. Be Chanel red lipstick ready.
So brides gather your bridal party, your girlfriends, and have a Coco Chanel experience in New York at the Chanel Pop-Up. There are still wonderful activities going on from now until December 23 you can register for by going to EventBrite.com.
For more information visit the store at Chanel N°5 East 57th Street New York, New York 10022.
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