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August 22 2014

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Behind The Scenes Of Chanel’s Tale Of A Fairy

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If that magic ticket to Antibes and the Chanel Cruise show got lost in the poste, never fear—you can now see Tale of a Fairy, the film Karl Lagerfeld shot with house favorites Anna Mouglalis, Kristen McMenamy, Freja Beha Erichsen, and Baptiste Giabiconi—in full at Chanel.com. More curious how your Chanel sausage gets made? The label shared a few pics from behind the scenes with Karl, Kristen, Freja, and more. Check them out, above and below (not all of which, incidentally, are SFW).




Photos: Courtesy of Chanel

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