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The traveling exhibition dedicated to the iconic Chanel boss makes a stop at the Rotonda della Besana.

Invented in 1954 by the legendary Coco Chanel, the petite robe noire (little black jacket) is more relevant than ever immune to the passing fashions and years, the chief has so fascinated the creative director of French fashion house, Karl Lagerfeld , to push it to dedicate an entire project and a photo book, titled Little Black Jacket .

From 6 to 20 April the photographic exhibition makes a stop in Milan at the Rotonda della Besana : in exposure shots of Kaiser Karl to celebrities like Yoko Ono, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vanessa Paradis, Charlotte Casiraghi and Roberto Bolle, wearing customized versions and reinterpreted the iconic jacket.

Hurry up and don’t miss this wonderful photo exhibition!

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Fees : free