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Chanel hasn't hopped on the e-commerce train yet, but that doesn't mean they're not funneling money into online content. Enter a separate website called Inside.Chanel.com whose two purposes (so far) are to fete Chanel No. 5 and chronicle the brand's heritage via pictorial timeline. Look out dorm rooms everywhere: There are about to be a whole lot more printed photos of Coco Chanel on your walls. [Chanel]