Explore Chanel Style, Winston Churchill, and more!

On right, Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965) accompanied by his son Randolph (1911 - 1968) and Mlle Chanel (1883 - 1971) at a meet of the Duke ...

On right, Winston Churchill accompanied by his son Randolph and Coco Chanel at a meet of the Duke of Westminster's boar hounds, the 'Mimizan Hunt' near Dampierre, northern France on Jan. Randolph was Pamela Harriman's first husband.

Coco Chanel and the Duke of Westminster spent much of their time at Rosehall Estate

PHOTO: Getty Images Coco Chanel with Hugh Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, at Chester Races, 1924

Coco Chanel is pictured with Winston Churchill's son Randolph at Ascot in the mid-1930s

Coco Chanel's accused of being Nazi spy during Second World War

Press Agency photo, Winston Churchill with HM King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother), 1940.

Press Agency photo, Winston Churchill with HM King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother),

Gabrielle Chanel - Paris Fashion - - - - pinned by #grenlist

Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel - 1957 - Outside the Chanel boutique at rue Cambon in Paris - Photo by Mark Shaw - LIFE Magazine.

Harry S Truman and Winston Churchill ~ saved us from tyrants and dictators

Harry S Truman and Winston Churchill ~ saved us from tyrants and dictators

The OMG letter. Heard about it on On Point NPR: How we're talking,

OMG! First Use of Abbreviation Found in a 1917 Letter to Winston Churchill

coco chanel verdura - Cerca con Google

The (aka In February 1955 Coco Chanel introduced a handbag - double flap, with mademoiselle (square) closure and mademoiselle metal chain.

Coco Chanel #CocoChanel Visit espritdegabrielle... | L'héritage de Coco Chanel #espritdegabrielle

The pearls, the hat and that Gallic je ne sais quoi... Carine Roitfeld is spitting image of Coco Chanel in new tribute to late designer

Coco

Before she was a vintage Style Icon Mademoiselle Coco Chanel, struggled her way through life and made it.

Josip Tito, Winston Churchill, and Anthony Eden in London, England, United Kingdom, 1947

[Photo] Josip Tito, Winston Churchill, and Anthony Eden in London, England, United Kingdom, 1947

(L-R) Yugoslavian President Marshal Josip Broz Tito, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden

Pinterest
Search