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Florida Oranges Make Chanel's Supermarché

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Yesterday, in an unusual twist, the fashion world was fighting over food—the goods at the Chanel Supermarché. The Chanel Fall 2014 show took place in the winding aisles of a giant, Chanel-branded supermarket. Chocolate, tuna, chainsaws, and gummy versions of the brand's iconic camellias, 2.55 bag and tweed jackets were just some of the goods that fashion's most-fashionable mobbed when the show was over. Kelly Talamas, editor-in-chief of Vogue Mexico & Latin America and Miami native, shared some home-state pride and Insta'd this picture of Chanel's La Gabrielle stamped Florida oranges.
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· Kelly Talamas [Instagram]