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Coco Chanel is a French fashion icon. She redefined womens’ fashion after World War II, creating styles that were copied the world over. When it came to others copying her style, she felt that copying was an indicator of success. As such, others would help extend the reach of her looks, more people would experience them. Thus, they would become part of common culture around the world. The book Chanel: Collections and Creations gives looks into her great works.
While copying can be interpreted in different ways, do you feel it indicates success?