It is in 1932 that Gabrielle Chanel began to use diamonds in the creation of her jewels. But to accompany his clothing creations is a profusion of costume jewelry that comes out of his workshops. It was only in 1993 that a jewelery section was opened, completely independent of Chanel Haute Couture. Favorite flower of "miss Coco" the camellia remains the iconic theme of Chanel House.
Chanel leather goods leave an unforgettable trace in the history of luxury creations. Carrying anecdotes and stories, Chanel leathercraft has built its fame and success around legendary pieces, worn by famous personalities from around the world. In 1920, in Paris, the eternal feminist Coco Chanel created her first pieces of leather goods. Dressed in grained calfskin or lambskin, the main collections of bags and wallets feature the famous quilted leather. Other leather goods, more sophisticated, will be developed in jersey, silk or tweed. Avant-garde materials, a guarantee of chic and French elegance. Most models come in black, white or beige. Sober colors that, according to seamstress Gabrielle Chanel, are "of absolute beauty". The 2.55 collections with its Mademoiselle and Timeless classic clasp with the double C clasp are iconic models of Chanel leather goods. A symbol of the beginning of a revolution, in the world of leather goods, luxury and society.