In 1980 Andy Warhol gave the Chanel No. 5 bottle a status as a cultural icon, when he created nine silk screens of the bottle. In 1959 The Museum of Modern Art in New York made the artposters a part of their permanent art-collection. Chanel futher reproduced them as a limited-edition box in 1982 and used them as a campaign in Paris in 1997.  The posters measure 20″ x 28″ inches. Here’s three of them:




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