Chanel gets tagged

Graffiti is a fashionista's best friend.

Tangible Interaction, a Vancouver-based experimental design firm, recently installed two 23-foot-wide graffiti walls at the reopening of the Chanel store in SoHo, New York. The walls were drawn on using infrared “paint cans” and celebs were on hand to express themselves artistically. Too bad it wasn’t real paint – we’d love to see Karl Lagerfeld get a little dirty.