BOY CHANEL BRAIDED CHAIN AROUND WOC

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Chanel is going all in on the Wallet On Chain Bags for the Fall Winter 2017 Collection. They introduce a new WOC after a new WOC and we can’t help but get obsessive. So please meet the Boy Chanel Braided Chain Around WOC, it’s a never-seen-before design for this season. Now, I do like this Boy Chain WOC more than the original version and here is why. First, it’s distinctive because only limited people will be carrying it. Secondly, it’s much more attractive thanks to the extra shiny chain. Third, it looks as timeless and classic as the original version. So do you agree?

The Design

It’s not the first time that the Boy Chanel is decorated with Braided Chain. The first release was in Spring Summer 2016, but it was designed with the new Boy Quilted Lock. See here what we mean: Boy Chanel Chain Around WOC with Quilted Clasp. We do like the new version more, because it looks classier and chic’er.

The Braided Chain is a mix design of leather and chain. It’s crafted on the edge of the front flap and connects to the iconic Boy Clasp in the center. The center is quilted and it comes with woven chain leather strap for shoulder carry or cross body carry.

The interior

The interior is the same like the other WOCs. Inside you will find one center compartment to store your basic essentials, six credit card slots and a patch pocket with zip.

So what do you think about this WOC? Love or no love?

See the latest prices of the Boy Chanel WOC here.

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Fall-Winter 2017 Womens Chanel Bags

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‘Let Chanel surprise you’ was one of the nuggets I got from Chanel’s President of Fashion, Bruno Pavlovsky, when we sat down for an exclusive interview (more on that that later) moments before Chanel’s recent Fall-Winter 2017 runway presentation in Paris’ Grand Palais last week. And can I just say, it wasn’t just surprise I felt when the show started; it was the full-on jaw-dropping what-kind-of-sorcery-is-this surprise that had my goosebumps tingling with excitement.

And as far as greatest show sets ever created, this would surely be one that gets remembered for generations to come, with Chanel doing what it always does best: presenting their RTW collections in the most theatrical of presentations. Standing almost as tall as the 147 feet glass domed ceiling, the centrepiece of the entire show was the Chanel-branded rocket which ‘lifted off’ almost 30 feet at the end of the show. There was a countdown, there was lots of smoke, there were oohs and aahs aplenty as all 2600 guests strained themselves silly to snap the best image they could on their smartphones.

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Then there were the bags, and there were plenty, from the novelty to the functional. From the smallest of clutches in the shape of planets and rockets, to large everyday bags in the form of backpacks and totes, there will definitely be something for everyone as far as function/size/style are concerned. There were also familiar favourites, from the Boy Chanelgiven a sprinkling of ‘stars’ in the chevron weave to the Gabrielle in new colours, from shades of pink to iridescent hues.

On my own personal wishlist? The rocket, the oversized tote and of course, that silver backpack but because it’s way too early to tell if a) they will make it into production, or b) how much they will actually cost, this boy will just have to dream (and continue to have goosebumps) whenever he relives the moment by rewatching the show on Youtube.

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Chanel Eyewear Spring 2017 Ad Campaign

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Chanel Eyewear campaign for spring-summer 2017 presents a new face of Lottie Moss. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, Lottie posing with crimped hair inspired 80 decorated with camelia. Chanel Eyewear collection spring 2017 Butterfly-shaped sunglasses with lis gold. In another, a blonde model in a circular frame with golden rose. The face of the previous line of accessories including Lily-Rose Depp and Willow Smith. Find your favorite Chanel eyewear collection below.

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CHANEL SPRING SUMMER 2017 EXOTIC BAG COLLECTION

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Small Boy Metallic Bag
Style code: A67085
Size: 4.7’ x 7.9’ x 2.8’ inches
Price: $8900 USD, €8600 euro, £7760 GBP, $13820 SGD, $70400 HKD, $13180 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥66600 CNY

Oh boy oh boy, Exotic Bags are the top luxuries and we’re eyeing on the Boy Chanel Metallic Silver Bag. You see, this bag shines are bright as your biggest diamond. Besides the silver metallic color, this bag is also embroidered with gem-like pieces on the front flap, which is impressive as well. Check them all out here…

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Medium Boy Chanel Python Bag (Old Medium)
Style code: A67086
Size: 5.7’ x 9.8’ x 3.1’ inches
Price: $6100 USD, €5760 euro, £5200 GBP, $9250 SGD, $47200 HKD, $8830 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥44600 CNY

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Chanel Reissue 2.55 Python 225 Flap Bag
Style code: A37586
Size: 6.3’ x 9.4’ x 3’ inches
Price: $8700 USD, €8300 euro, £7490 GBP, $13330 SGD, $68000 HKD, $12720 AUD, ¥1017360 JPY, ¥64200 CNY

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Chanel Python Flap Bag with Top Handle
Style code: A98625
Size: 5.9’ x 8.3’ x 3.1’ inches
Price: $4300 USD, €4100 euro, £3700 GBP, $6590 SGD, $33600 HKD, $6290 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥31700 CNY

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Chanel Python Round Flap Bag with Top Handle
Style code: A93751
Size: 4.7’ x 7.5’ x 2.8’ inches
Price: $4300 USD, €4000 euro, £3610 GBP, $6430 SGD, $32800 HKD, $6130 AUD, ¥490320 JPY, ¥31000 CNY

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Medium Boy Chanel Python Flap Bag (Old Medium)
Style code: A67086
Size: 5.7’ x 9.8’ x 3.1’ inches
Price: $6100 USD, €5760 euro, £5200 GBP, $9250 SGD, $47200 HKD, $8830 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥44600 CNY

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Chanel Python Messenger Bag
Style code: A91502
Size: 4.7’ x 7.9’ x 2.4’ inches
Price: $5400 USD, €5400 euro, £4870 GBP, $8680 SGD, $44200 HKD, $8280 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥41800 CNY

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Chanel Fantasy Pearls Python Clutch
Style code: A94468
Size: 3.5’ x 10.2’ x 2.8’ inches
Price: $5700 USD, €5500 euro, £4960 GBP, $8840 SGD, $45000 HKD, $8430 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥42600 CNY

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Medium Boy Chanel Python Flap Bag (Old Medium)
Style code: A67086
Size: 5.7’ x 9.8’ x 3.1’ inches
Price: $6100 USD, €5760 euro, £5200 GBP, $9250 SGD, $47200 HKD, $8830 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥44600 CNY

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Chanel Python Chained Round Flap Bag
Style code: A98774
Size: 6.1’ x 7.9’ x 3.1’ inches
Price: $5400 USD, €4100 euro, £3700 GBP, $6590 SGD, $33600 HKD, $6290 AUD, ¥502200 JPY, ¥31700 CNY

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Chanel Metallic Goatskin Classic Flap Bag
Style code: A98642
Size: 5.1’ x 7.9’ x 2.4’ inches
Price: $ USD, € euro, £ GBP, $ SGD, $ HKD, $ AUD, ¥ JPY

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Chanel Metallic Evening Bag
Style code: A69404
Size: 4.5’ x 8.7’ x 2.8’ inches
Price: $14500 USD, €14000 euro, £12640 GBP, $22490 SGD, $114600 HKD, $21460 AUD, ¥ JPY, ¥108300 CNY

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Chanel Cuba Charms Bag

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Chanel likes to put charms on their handbags very much as you know that they even embellished it into the iconic’s like the Classic Flap Bag. But anyways, for Cuba Collection, what charms can you think of?

The color Green, Palm trees, Pineapples, and those beautiful beaches filled with Shells, which can let us fall in love at first sight. Put these symbols into one spot and anyone will instantly think of Cuba.

Now take a look at the latest Chanel Classic Quilted Wallet On Chain Bag, Quilted Zipped Around Wallet and our favorite baby Small Clutch with Chain. As for the refinement, the woven chain straps are made in multicolor, you know, the bright colors you expect from Cuba like red, pink, yellow and green.

For those that want to own an iconic piece of Cuba Chanel, you will love that especially when you’re originally from Cuba (and to express your roots in fashion) – There is a Chanel Cuba Classic Flap Bag available.

Now look at the details:

Chanel Cuba Classic Quilted Wallet On Chain Bag
Style code: A33814
Size: 4.8’ x 7.6’ x 1.4’ inches
Prices: $2300 USD, €2100 euro, £1960 GBP, $3310 SGD, $3220 AUD, $17200 HKD, 268920 JPY

Chanel Cuba Zip Around Wallet
Style code: A82370
Size: 4.1’ x 7.6’ x 0.8’ inches
Prices: $1375 USD, €1250 euro, £1170 GBP, $1970 SGD, $1920 AUD, $10200 HKD, 159840 JPY

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Style code: A82527
Size: 3.9’ x 7.5’ x 1.6’ inches
Prices: $1850 USD, €1680 euro, $2650 SGD, £1570 GBP, $2580 AUD, $13800 HKD, 214920 JPY

Chanel Cuba Classic Flap Bag
Style code: A01112
Size: 10’ x 6’ x 2.5’ inches
Prices: Unknown

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Chanel Pre-Spring 2017 Casino

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“Fashion is part of the events of our times,” declared Karl Lagerfeld about the Zen-like, eco-conscious serenity of the Chanel Haute Couture collection in the Grand Palais. Reacting to the times (especially in an age as troubled as ours) can also mean needing to detach from them, fashion-mindfulness equated with luxury in this case. So where last October there was the high-tech, noisy hurly-burly of the Chanel Airport, now there were the lush green lawns of a minimalist garden, water lily ponds, a slatted wood pavilion, and plenty of space and calm to contemplate it all under simulated blue skies. It seemed incredible that the same venue had been transformed into a convincing casino for the last couture show—a tribute to the set-design genius at Chanel—and just as incredible that this time, the gambling chips had been replaced by . . . wood chips. You read correctly: Wood chips were used as beading, paillettes, and 3-D frills among techniques involving recycled paper and organic woven yarn. The wedding look—a dreamy tufted hoodie, dress, and train—was all “made from wild cotton,” said Lagerfeld, quipping, “This is high-fashion ecology. It must not look like some sloppy demonstration!” A case could be built for haute couture being the most non-environmentally impactful branch of clothing production, anyway. It’s handmade, takes infinite hours of work, and potentially lasts a lifetime, the antithesis of fast fashion’s notorious processes and disposability. As the show unfolded, it became, in a way, a meditation on the timeless validity of Chanel’s principles: pale bouclé suits, attenuated in the skirt, puffed in the sleeve, and with set-away collars; a movement of classic navy and white (there was a lovely white-collared classic French Gigi-at-school dress); and passages of languid pearly charmeuse and black cocktailwear.
But it was the evening that soared from the moment Lagerfeld started to introduce flecks of gold into the suiting. An incredible jacket and skirt made completely of gold and black geometric paillettes, a narrow streak of wonderment worn by Jamie Bochert, passed by, succeeded by airy lamé capes, a haze of gold and sparkle, floating from the shoulders of white pantsuits. It would take a much closer look to understand the technical wizardry and the actual degree of ecological soundness embedded in these clothes. That’s what clients will come to understand when they go up to the Rue Cambon for their fittings. It may be that they won’t be swayed one way or the other by the trouble Chanel took to source some of its materials this season. What surely matters at a time like this, even to the superrich, is whether these clothes have the built-in sustainability of another sort: Will they look just as beautiful and valid five or 10 years from now? Answer: Chosen well, yes. In another season, Karl and Chanel will doubtless have moved swiftly on from talking about ecology. Still, one thing’s absolutely for certain: While the Grand Palais turf goes to compost and the temporary pavilion wood is repurposed, the precious clothes on this runway will never be destined to end their lives in a landfill.
IMAGE: CHANEL It is said (or I was told) that Chanel’s Pre-Spring collection (which comes out in the months before Cruise and Spring-Summer collections proper) is partly inspired by the French luxury house’s Haute Couture collection, which would explain the appearance of these lucky charm-themed pieces from wallets to clutches. And while it’s not a big collection (the other themes for Pre-Spring 2016 seem to be denim and iridescent pastels), it should satisfy most any Chanel fan, from the ever-elusive WOC and a long zipped wallet in aged calfskin decorated in the most adorable of charms from a deck of cards to a roulette wheel. IMAGE: CHANEL Then there are the more pricey pieces, on the left, a cube-shaped (I’m assuming it’s inspired by a dice) minaudiere that’s topped with a leather chain-linked sling and on the right, a playing card minaudiere that comes adorned with a portrait for Coco Chanel that’s also decorated with pearls, hearts and the CC logo. Very pretty, so sweet and really Chanel if you ask me. We’ve seen airport terminals and icebergs, fully stocked grocery stores and casinos, but for Chanel’s spring 2016 couture collection, Karl Lagerfeld did the unthinkable. He went green. With his eyes set on nature in both a mico and macro sense, Lagerfeld introduced sustainability into the couture conversation this season, presenting a collection built around organic and recycled materials set within the confines of a lush, minimalist garden.  But whereas eco-driven fashion once had a reputation of being sloppy and all together unimaginative, Lagerfeld’s offerings read not only eco-friendly, but also downright beautiful. Stepping out of a wooden, dollhouse-like structure – which of course, would be recycled following the show – models including Kendall Jenner, Lindsey Wixson, Mariacarla Boscono and Gigi Hadid, emerged surrounded by cedar trees and clear blue skies overhead. The sartorial aesthetic, too, was easy and breezy: think semi-sheer blouses worn with neatly tailored pencil skirts, signature tweed twin sets updated with rounded sleeves and calf-grazing hemlines, and items crafted from raffia and twine. Elsewhere, fabrics, including wild cotton and linen, were embroidered with wood shavings, tiles or patterns of bees, birds and flowers, embedding looks with an overall ecological soundness. Those more practical pieces did however, eventually give way to a range of elegant evening looks, the most stunning of which featured geometric lace, textured embroidery or as in the case of Lagerfeld’s wedding gown, an actual hood. In keeping with the theme of sustainability, every look was treated to the same shoe silhouette – a round-toe cork wedge with a curved heel – while handbags expanded that view by appealing to the selfie generation with a loosely tied belt bag just big enough to fit one’s iPhone or tablet. Whether this is just a timely trend or a defining moment in the industry has yet to be determined. One thing remains abundantly clear though: This is one collection that is bound to be recycled (sartorially speaking that is) for years to come.

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