The in-Holt-Renfrew boutique, designed by architect Peter Marino, recalls the timeless codes synonymous with the brand—matte-white finishes are contrasted with black and ivory lacquer furnishings and softened and elevated with bronze and gold accents, providing an understated yet captivating allure throughout. Guests entering from the street are welcomed to a vestibule featuring a work of art by Margaret Evangeline, depicting the camellia flower that was so dear to Mademoiselle Chanel. Shopping wise, find the latest handbags and small leather goods, watches, fine and costume jewelry, eyewear, headwear, belts and scarves and, in a second salon, Chanel's Ready-to-Wear collection, presented in a space inspired by Coco's legendary apartment at 31 rue Cambon in Paris.
Also in store: shoes, glorious shoes, including the brand’s iconic two-tone pump (its timeless allure is reinvented with every collection), ballerina flats, sneakers and more. —Vita Daily