Among the French ladies we adore, there's nobody more famous in the pantheon of design than Coco Chanel. This High Priestess of high fashion, who gave the last final knockout to the corseted look generally eighteenth and mid nineteenth hundreds of years, would have commended her birthday this August 19th.
Chanel's story is an exemplary clothes to newfound wealth story that is presently the stuff of legend. Her mom was an unmarried laundrywoman who brought forth Chanel in a philanthropy emergency clinic. She kicked the bucket when Chanel was twelve years of age, leaving her in conditions that must be portrayed as desperate (might suspect halfway houses and extraordinary neediness). Pulling herself up from her bootstraps, Chanel filled in as a needle worker by day and a men's club artist/artist by night.
THE MOST COURAGEOUS ACT IS STILL TO THINK FOR YOURSELF. So anyone might hear.