Who Designed Chanel Logo?


Coco Chanel


Ever wonder who designed Chanel logo? Actually,Coco Chanel herself designed the logo in 1925 and remain unchanged ever since.


It was an easy task to recognize this logo because of the simplicity on the logo. Overlapping “C” facing outward has become the most recognizable symbols in world of fashion.


Chanel logo represent elegance, wealth, and elitism. I think this is a good logo as the simplicity of the logo is easy to apply into any application and it look really elegance.

Coco Chanel History That You Don’t Know

Cabrielle “Coco” Chanel was born in 1883 and established new design and revolutionized women fashion. Her brand Chanel, was born in 1910 specialize in simple suits, dresses, women’s pant and costume jewelry.


Her vision is to replace luxurious, sexy piece to casual elegance. Chanel was served worldwide. Many high profile celebrities had become Chanel spokesmodel including Catherin Deneuve, Carole Bouquet, Audrey Tautou, Keira Knightley and Marilyn Monroe.

Chanel Famous Advertisement



A picture of Marilyn Manroe splashing herself with Chanel no.5. The image has become famous for Chanel advertisement, and become one of the most popular Chanel advertisement.


Before the brand was born, Coco got into fashion by opening a small shop selling ladies hats in 1909, but later become one of the well known fashion brand in the world. Coco serve as Chief Designer until her death on January 10, 1971.

Chanel famous perfume


Chanel famous perfume, Chanel No.5 a traditional fragrance wore by women stick to with two basic categories, “Respectable” women favored the pure essence of flower, and sexually proactive perfumes heavy with animal musk or jasmine.


The name of the perfume is named after her lucky number “5” by the perfume creator, Earnest Beaux. She once said “A woman without a perfume is a woman without a future”.


It is reported by French government that Chanel No.5 was sold every 30 seconds and generates sales of $100 million a year.


Coco often incorporate her ideas from male fashion into her design.


“simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance”