Chanel and Lagardère unveil Les Beiges Summer To-Go animation at Paris CDG

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Chanel Les Beiges Summer To Go Paris Charles de Gaulle

Chanel’s Les Beiges Summer To-Go event will run until 28 August.

Chanel has created a Les Beiges Summer To-Go animation at Paris Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2E Gate M, in partnership with Lagardère.

The event is running at the location from 25 July to 28 August.

The 80 sq m pop-up showcases a selection of Chanel travel essentials, across the brand’s fragrance, skincare and makeup portfolio.

Travellers can trial different looks using the Chanel Les Beiges collection, designed to create a natural healthy glow, as part of the brand’s Le Quart d’Heure Iconique 15-minute complimentary makeover service.

Passengers pressed for time can choose the Chanel Try On Virtual Makeover option instead.

Chanel Les Beiges Summer To Go Paris de Gaulle

The Paris pop-up features an innovative postcard service that allows passengers to send messages to friends and family from the airport.

The Summer To-Go pop-up also incorporates a postcard service. Travellers can send messages to friends and family using the postcards provided, and Chanel organises collection and delivery.

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