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Chanel's sporty fall 2014 mannequins—who have been hanging out in the brand's Soho store windows for a few weeks now, posing in glitter leggings and terrycloth sweatbands—have made their way uptown to Bergdorf Goodman's fifth floor as part of the department store's shoppable "Coach Coco" installation. Now through Sunday, October 19th, BG customers will be able to browse Chanel's latest athletic-themed lineup, including leather sweats, neon handbags, and tweed sneakers—which, according to Bergdorf's blog, Karl Lagerfeld calls, "jeans for the feet."
While Chanel has a presence in the department store's second floor couture salon, and an accessories space on the main level, this is the first time the label has cozied up to Bergdorf's contemporary brands on 5F. See photos of the pop-up (and Bergdorf Goodman's corresponding windows), in the gallery.
· Chanel's Exclusive Shop on 5F [Bergdorf Goodman]