Chanel : A Revolution

“I don’t do fashion, I’m fashion” –Coco Chanel

Chanel is one of today’s best known and most highly sought-after fashion brands, and has been one practically since it was founded by Coco (Gabrielle) Chanel in 1909. Her big break hit when she opened a small shop in Paris in where she sold her hats. And by 1913, after asserting disdain for resort wear, she launched sportswear. Chanel is not only recognized for her fashion line, but also for her little black dresses and suits, her trademark perfume, No.5 and her expensive simplicity in design. Coco Chanel’s designs are timeless and classic and are still popular today, and will be popular for years to come.  Chanel was trendsetting before there were trends.

Today, Chanel stands out in just about every category—couture, ready-to-wear, accessories, jewelry, shoes, fragrances and handbags. When it comes to Chanel handbags, no other brand exerts the kind of dominance among high-profile women’s handbag collections that Chanel does. Whether it’s the staple Chanel flap bag, or the classic Bowler bags, the Fur boy bag or the Coco cocoon Satchel, no celebrity is immune to the Chanel classic handbags.

Chanel handbags have long stood the test of time, proving to be a sound fashion investment.  Whether you are looking for caviar leather, butter smooth lambskin, beaded, or tweed handbags, Chanel bags have and will surely present the purse of your dreams that will stand the test of time.

At you can find your immaculate and pre-owned authentic classic slings and flap bags that are just waiting to be flaunted. Not only Chanel but other luxury brands that include Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Dior and many more.


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