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Marie Arana[A] compelling chronicle of Coco Chanel . . . a different Chanel from any you'll find at the company store . . . by no means the account of an emerging style but a tale of how a single-minded woman faced history, made hard choices, connived, lied, collaborated and used every imaginable wile to survive and see that the people she cared about survived with her . . . Vaughan has gleaned many of the details of Chanel's collaboration from documents that were scattered for years throughout European archives . . . It's an astonishing story . . gripping . . . provocative . . . riveting history.
— The Washington Post