LUXE Travellers in Paris will be able to experience an immersive horticultural experience by Chanel in Paris’ Natural History Museum’s Mineralogy Gallery on 28 - 29 March 2020.
“La Beauté se Cultive” gives a glimpse into Chanel's “open-sky” laboratories that are scattered around the globe, where Chanel sustainably grows and studies specific plants that then might be used in its skin-care formulas. Chanel will be showcasing rare plants from its botanical collection during the exhibition.
And for even more horticultural immersion, LUXE Travellers can also visit the sweeping Jardin des Plantes which was created by Louis XIII in 1635 as the royal garden of medicinal plants. Le Jardin is immediately outside the doors of the Mineralogy Gallery.
Chanel’s “La Beauté se Cultive” exhibit will run from March 28 to 29 at the Natural History Museum’s Mineralogy Gallery in Paris, France.