Baroque Opulence – Chanel Eyewear Collection

20 Oct

Taking reference from the baroque opulence of costume jewelry that was so dear to Mademoiselle Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld combined talent with an exquisite attention to detail and created a unique eyewear collection.

Entitled “Bijou“, the new range comprises 20 frames that promotes a decadent aesthetic. The traditionally framed line features ornate hand-carved gold and palladium metal work, in classic and feminine butterfly and cat-eye shapes.

Intricately crafted to resemble cobweb lace, clover and camellias can hardly be seen next to the fashion house signature logo – the iconic double C. Shades of lilac, peppermint and sky-blue color palette offer a contrast to the classic craftsmanship.

So, if you would like to see the world through this chic “Bijou” lenses, all you need to do is to visit Chanel boutiques were this fabulous collection is available.

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