Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection debuted in 2002 to highlight the work of Europe’s most cherished artisans. Each year, the French fashion house’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, picks a location that has played a major role in the history of the company to showcase the collection. While he moved to Salzburg, Austria to put up Chanel Metiers d’Art Paris-Salzburg 2015 collection, we are moved by the bags held in this latest line. Riding high on embroidery and knits, the bags are all set to make their debut in the brand’s boutiques this month. Take a look at our pick from marvelously detailed and highly embellished bags sporting iconic Chanel shapes.
Calfskin and Shearling Backpack sports a chic embellishment in form of an Edelweisse charm for $3,800. It is an ideal day bag for the diva to flaunt her carefree yet stylish attitude.
The biggest debut of the season is a Boy Bag with a rigid top handle in addition to its chain shoulder strap. Shaped out of calfskin and decked with dual color trimming on the flap, handle as well as strap, it is priced at $5,600.
The girl on the go with Chanel in her mind can sport the newest edition of Girl bag. Made of felt and lambskin, the $5,300 bag brightens up with delicate colorful embroidery.
The small Boy Flap Bag in crimson is one of the most drool-worthy arm-candy of the season. For $4,300, it is accentuated with long goat hair.
Allow a Chanel-designed butterfly to up the glam factor with the new metallic Butterfly Clutch from the latest Métiers d’Art collection. The metallised calfskin clutch allows a large embroidered butterfly to sit on its top for an undisclosed price.
Lastly, the crystal-embellished Minaudiere is a must-have evening clutch from the French maison’s creations. The lambskin clutch is elegantly dressed with velvet ribbon and dazzling diamantes.