How Tweed Became an Iconic Part of Chanel's Brand

In the 1920s, Gabrielle Chanel started a minor sartorial revolution, taking up tweed—the English gentleman’s hacking classic, favored by her then-beau, the Duke of Westminster—for her stylishly sporty women’s

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