Hardly a Sandbox

Hardly a Sandbox

Come and play, Julie said, and I went over to Chanel HQ with my sand toys and Lego box.

That was how casual it was, so organic; and despite that I don’t have a single Chanel piece in my wardrobe and do not intend to until one suits my salary & wardrobe, I’m falling for the brand.













Published - 18 June 2010

Hardly a Sandbox

Come and play, Julie said, and I went over to Chanel HQ with my sand toys and Lego box.

That was how casual it was, so organic; and despite that I don’t have a single Chanel piece in my wardrobe and do not intend to until one suits my salary & wardrobe, I’m falling for the brand. Their ideals behind brand-press relationship emits a certain humility that I don’t see in smaller brands and agencies that can’t even be bothered to write a simple Dear Shini in their emails. Oh the faux fur yeti coat, I was all oh whats that and before I knew what was going on Julie slid it on me, I promise I didn’t beg to try it on. The faux fur was so smooth it was unreal, next thing we’ll know they’ll be planting Chanel fur onto poor skinned rabbits.

 

 

 
 

Surprising detail: A strand of chain is always attached to
Chanel jacket flaps to add weight and prevent from flutter.

Jacket – Gery Webber, Dress – H&M, Pants –Zara,
Bracelet – The Vamoose etsy Shop, Shoes – Chanel

 
 
 

 AW10 Faux fur collection

 

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