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New looks for the Chanel Code Coco
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New looks for the Chanel Code Coco

Wednesday, 03 April 2019
By The FHH Journal editors
The FHH Journal editors

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Is it a watch, a jewel, or both? Introduced in 2017 as a tribute to Chanel’s design tropes, the Code Coco returns in beige gold, steel or ceramic, alongside two High Jewellery versions.

A Jewel. A Watch. Codes. At first glance, a bracelet that sparkles around the wrist. A jewel. Initially, one recognizes the clasp of the 2.55 bag. This jewel is a code. Then there are two hands. This code is a watch. The eyes then glide along the quilted bracelet. The watch is decoded. A jewel. A watch. Codes. This watch is called: Code Coco.

Code Coco diamonds and rubies (unique piece) © Chanel
Code Coco diamonds and rubies (unique piece) © Chanel

The Code Coco watch closes with a click like the quilted 2.55 bag, created by Mademoiselle Chanel in February 1955, whose clasp adorns the heart of the watch’s dial. Open or closed, it conceals or unveils the time discreetly hidden there. Time itself, is a secret to be protected. A diamond subtly shines on a black dial, the maker of a precious allure. Its supple bracelet, so light the tinniest movement is unhindered, recalls the beginning of this quilted design.

In 2019, for the first time, Chanel is introducing the Code Coco watch in a 18K beige gold version, an exclusive Chanel alloy, as well as steel and ceramic versions with diamond-set dials and two High Jewelry versions.

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