Chanel’s new podcast delves into Soo Joo Park and Susie Lau’s handbags


Back in 2007, Karl Lagerfeld stated that he owned 70 iPods (bear in mind those?). While we’re not able to verify exactly just what he has saved on all them– however, as part of a CD collection developed with Style a couple of years back, the designer picked tracks by LCD Soundsystem, Caribou, and Devendra Banhart as his favorite tracks– we’re relatively sure we know what he pays attention to on his apple iphone: Chanel’s 3.55 podcast.

Initially aired at Colette in the autumn of last year, and after that once again at the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition in Hong Kong, the 3rd installment settles at Coco Chanel‘s house at 31 rue Cambon, Paris. Hosting procedures is Amanda Harlech, that presents herself by saying she “does not actually have a job description, yet Karl Lagerfeld defines me as his ‘outside set of eyes'”. Harlech has actually been a muse to the developer given that 1997.

On the line-up of guests welcomed to Mademoiselle Chanel’s house are ten of the ladies important to the Chanel ‘household’, consisting of style writer (and Dazed factor) Susie Lau, models Soo Joo Park as well as (the legendary) Stella Tennant, as well as photographer Margaret Zhang. Probably unsurprisingly, provided the podcast’s title is a riff on the name of the French fashion home’s legendary 2.55 bag, each guest sits inside the apartment and explains their partnership with the brand and also its trademark accessory to Harlech.

The advantages of translucent accessories are (sorry) clear. Helen Mirren has noted the leg-lengthening results of plastic system “stripper” heels on the red carpet (although unwise from a design point of view, she’s not incorrect).

The new clear replica handbags uk make excellent, light-weight alternatives to leather bags in summer, as well as are a more secure way to buy into the large pattern than by, claim, using an organza pencil skirt over high-waisted trousers. The trend is very Instagrammable, too– see Eva Chen’s back-of-taxi pics with her Staud bag.

Tennant, who’s been modelling for your home given that the early-90s, details the materials of her (2) Chanel bags, the first a sheepskin style which she discusses she’s had “forever.”

Not one to travel light (see: exaggeration), the version notes “a large journal, an added set of earrings, documents, a large fur hat (likewise Chanel), pencils, pocket money, art invitations, a lot of lists, receipts, train tickets, secrets, lip balm, chewing gum, and also a ‘chocolate snack'” as her essentials. Lau, on the other hand details her reasoning when it concerns buying new replica bags, providing guidance on exercising a ‘price-per-wear’ concept that (allegedly) justifies brand-new purchases. We see you, Susie.