Coco Chanel was and is the physical embodiment of all things class, and her Parisian apartment is no exception. Still immaculately preserved, the space is as much a historic relic as it is a modern walk through Coco Chanel's creative process.
The iconic residence at 31 Rue Cambon is much more than an exquisitely designed layout perched atop the flagship Chanel store—it's a mental and physical journey through Coco Chanel's psyche, a highly personal sanctuary in which all of her many influences freely converge.
From the custom-designed suede couches to the many ornate gold accent pieces peppered throughout, the opulent apartment is signature Chanel. As any fan of her designs can attest, the icon had a flair for the luxurious—something her apartment proudly reflects. Thanks to The Coveteur's Jake Rosenberg and Meagan Wilson, you can now tour the space yourself.
Step inside the hallowed halls of Coco Chanel's legendary apartment below.
This is the iconic staircase where Gabrielle Chanel would sit and watch the fashion shows unfold. According to The Coveteur's Meagan Wilson, she liked to sit by the mirrors, where she could see the reactions of the reporters, clients, and fashion elite, but they couldn't see her.