Paris fashion comes to Melbourne for a stylish Chanel exhibition at the NGV | 7NEWS

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If you’re a fashion lover looking for a lesson in luxury, the National Gallery of Victoria is the place to be. Australia’s first Coco Chanel exhibition will welcome visitors from tomorrow, showcasing pieces only ever seen in Paris.

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