Paris will soon host an immersive botanical exhibit by Chanel

We want people who love everything Chanel and everything flowers to pay attention to. If you are intending to travel somewhere soon maybe you want to consider this chance of visiting an immersive horticultural experience in Paris’ Natural History Museum’s Mineralogy Gallery for two days in March. Chanel boasts of many “open-sky” laboratories that are scattered around the globe, where they carefully and sustainably grow and study-specific types of plants that they might use in their skin-care formulas. For the exhibit in March, you will get a chance to see rare plants from its botanical collection. It is dubbed “La beauté se cultive” exhibit.

The brand has hosted such similar events in the past too, once in the southern French Alps in 2010 for medicinal plant sources and another time in 2002 in Madagascar to focus on Vanilla Planifolia. Chanel’s “La beauté se cultive” exhibit will run from March 28 to 29 in Paris this year.

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[Via – WWD]

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