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Karl Lagerfeld presented his 2012 Chanel Cruise collection at Versailles (of course) yesterday, and from the pastel bobs to the confectionary clothes, it's been pretty much all anyone's been talking about since. But here's one detail that nearly slipped through the cracks: The black velvet Chanel logo "beauty spot" stickers models were wearing will be produced for adoring fans of the double "C," Style.com reports. They will be sold as part of a makeup set, along with the Mouche de Beauté,” customized highlighter and the bold pink eye shadow from the show. What's it to be called? Collection Versailles de Chanel, of course.