Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel (France, 1883-1971) adopted her nickname, Coco, while working briefly as a café singer in the early years of the twentieth century. Petite and creative, she established a hat business in Paris around 1910 and befriended wealthy socialites who found her simple and flattering styles to be liberating. Chanel dared to be different. She gradually expanded her business to include clothing, perfume (the classic Chanel No.5), and accessories, including handbags. In the mid-1920s, her casual cardigan jackets and little black dress designs merely revolutionized women's wardrobes. Second World War events halted the fashion industry in France, but by the mid-1950s, Coco Chanel again rose to international fame with the right designs for the new world order. She tirelessy worked right up to the time of her death.


Chanel Vintage Black Quilted Leather Bucket Shoulder Bag with Tassels

1,280.00 EUR

Chanel Vintage White Diagonal Quilted Leather Small Camera Bag

1,450.00 EUR

Chanel Blue Denim Jeans Large Coco Cabas Tote Hobo Bag

1,350.00 EUR

Chanel Black Calfskin Leather Wallet on Chain Woc Crossbody Bag

1,750.00 EUR

Chanel Sport Line Gray Ombré Nylon Canvas Tote Bag

550.00 EUR

Chanel Black Quilted Caviar Leather Wallet on Chain Woc Crossbody Bag

1,750.00 EUR

Chanel Chanel Vintage Gold Metal Signature Medallion Bracelet

720.00 EUR

Chanel Black Patent Leather Icon Symbols Quilted Long Wallet

380.00 EUR

Chanel Vintage 1970s Gold Metal Long Medallion Necklace

750.00 EUR