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Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum Debut Chic Chanel Makeovers: ‘Chanel X Princess’

The two women attended an event at Chateau Marmont hosted by Chanel in honor of Sofia Coppola

<p>ifiwasyourprincess/Instagram</p> Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum of Princess attend an event hosted by Chanel on Sept. 19 at Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles.

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Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum of Princess attend an event hosted by Chanel on Sept. 19 at Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles.

Maya Rudolph and her partner in rhyme Gretchen Lieberum have brought the glamor in their Chanel-inspired outfits, which they shared on Instagram Wednesday.

The two women, who form the Prince covers band Princess, gave their followers a tease of their luxe lifestyles by wearing the luxury label from head to toe, including Chanel jewelry and footwear while attending a party at famous Los Angeles haunt Chateau Marmont hosted by Chanel on Tuesday.

Princess were on hand to provide the evening's entertainment, with the soiree celebrating the release of filmmaker and long-standing Chanel collaborator Sofia Coppola's new book Archive.

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Sharing the photos on their ifiwasyourprincess Instagram page, the two women posted a carousel of photos highlighting their elegant and Chanel-centric outfits for the evening.

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Posing outside on one of the hotel's balconies, both women carried tiny Chanel quilted clutches to go with their all-black ensembles, while singer-songwriter Lieberum wore a Chanel chain and pearl belt over a black A-line dress.

The next image showed the duet inside the entrance to one of the hotel's suites, this time dripping in more Chanel than earlier. The Disenchanted actress, 51, teamed her tweed blazer dress with piles of Chanel-stamped pearl necklaces and monochrome Chanel Mary Janes.

Meanwhile, Lieberum swapped her earlier A-line dress for a black shirt dress.

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With the Princess duo captioning the images, "Chanel dreamz 💜," makeup artist Molly R. Stern also shared similar photos to her Instagram, captioning the carousel, "Last night with @ifiwasyourprincess A complete delight."

Princess first drew notice following the death of musical genius Prince on April 21, 2016, at the age of 57. During an episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon introduced a musical tribute to the Purple One featuring guest D’Angelo, who gave an emotional performance of the 1986 hit “Sometimes It Snows in April” with a surprise appearance by Rudolph and Lieberum.

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Complete with purple background lighting, the Untitled singer, who was dressed in a black fedora and white fur vest, played the piano as Rudolph and Lieberum provided background vocals. The 49-year-old R&B crooner also changed some lyrics, singing, “I often dream of heaven and I know that Prince’s there.”

“Hold on to your teardrops. Me, Maya and D’Angelo sing ‘Sometimes It Snows In April’ on the Tonight Show this evening. I somehow made it through without balling,” Lieberum posted at the time on Facebook, along with a purple heart emoji.

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