CATEGORY: FEMALE FEUDS
This feud was so fiery one of the women actually set the other on fire. Both were fashion designers. One was synonymous with the silhouette that defined the 1920s, and the other was a surrealist genius who collaborated with Dali, Duchamp, and Man Ray, mastered the concept of wearable art, and pioneered ready-to-wear clothes. Who were they?
Answer: Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli