Peek Inside Coco Chanel’s Lavish 1920s Boudoir

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Forget pesky mother nature, the Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show slated for tonight in Dallas must go on and is in the final hours of preparation as we write. While the worst of the weather seems to have passed the Lone Star state, if any of the editors who received the ‘golden ticket‘ find themselves with a flight delay and time to kill, they should take the Telegraph’s suggestion and pay a visit to Coco Chanel’s bedroom in the Texan city. Her opulent boudoir is on display at The Dallas Museum of Art as part of a replica of Villa La Pausa, the Mediterranean villa that Chanel built in 1927 alongside architect Robert Streitz. Although the display was created in 1985, we get the feeling that there aren’t many frontrowers who’ve spend enough time in Dallas to have seen it.

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