Gourmet Groceries Inspired By Chanel’s Fall ’14 RTW Show

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

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During last week’s Paris Fashion Week, the house of Chanel proved that it can elevate just about anything by chic-ifying the most plebeian place on earth: the grocery store. If you thought Whole Foods was nice, try shopping at Chanel Shopping Center. Models walked down grocery aisles instead of a catwalk at the Fall ’14 show, with spectators seated around the store. Not a detail was missed, down to the shopping carts and cashiers, promotional signs and sample tables. My personal favorite is the beautifully branded Chanel vodkas. French Elle has the best photos of the luxe products here.

In honor of this amazing Parisian spectacle, I’ve rounded up some of the chicest versions of your average groceries. Bon Appetit!

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Pipcorn, 3 for $18, pipsnacks.com

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Garbanzo Beans, $9.95, williams-sonoma.com

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Harney & Sons English Breakfast Tea, $12.95, williams-sonoma.com

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La Medina Brown Sugar Cubes, $7.99, amazon.com

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Butcher Salt, $24.95, crateandbarrel.com

 

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Red Duck Ketchup, $8, redduckfoods.com

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