Three and a Half Minutes of Dazzling Chanel Diamonds
In 1932, Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel decided it would be fun to take apart the Duke of Westminster's diamond jewelry and make something cooler. The result? Comet-inspired chokers, hair combs that sparkle like stars and "jewels that slip between the fingers of a woman like a ribbon."
Words can't do that infamous collection, called the Bijoux de Diamants, justice—it's best to see it for yourself. And now, with the latest installment of the Inside Chanel video series, you can. Check it out below.
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