CHANEL SEAMLESS GREEK BOY BRICK BAG

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Remember the Boy Brick Bag? The flagrantly expensive shoulder bag, inspired by Lego and worn by the most famous celebrities?

Well, the bag is back.

For those that have missed the opportunity, now it is the chance to get one for your wardrobe. The Chanel Boy Brick Bag is a rare design – unique and timeless.

Let’s brag more about it…

The size is comparable to the mini bag. The beauty about the Chanel Boy Brick Bag is in the design. You see, on the front there are six bricks (now you know why its called the boy brick) decorated and beautified with an extremely large vintage CC logo on the front.

The chains are large enough to wear on your shoulder or cross body. For this season, Chanel has added a new print – the seamless Greek Print, which is the black pattern in the center of the bag.

The nice texture and the combination color of black and gold makes this accessory an everyday item and easy to wear from day to night, even from Spring to the Winter season. Measuring 4.7’ x 5.9’ x 2.4’ inches, priced at 3250 euro (and expected price of around $4300 USD), available via Chanel boutique.

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Nicky Hilton Strolls NYC with a Very Expensive Chanel Clutch

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Nicky Hilton Chanel Boy Brick Clutch

Here’s heiress Nicky Hilton, strolling past the abandoned Target shopping carts and graffitied brick walls of downtown Manhattan with a Chanel Boy Brick Clutch. These little bags cost nearly ten grand, and they are particularly hard to come by at retail stores, so they’re usually reserved for special events and formal occasions. (We saw Nicky carrying this same Boy Brick Clutch to a movie screening back in March.)

It’s highly unusual to see a Boy Brick Clutch paired with such a low-key, casual (but extremely cute) outfit, but of course, the Hilton sisters are not at all adverse to carrying $10K bags anywhere they please. Nicky’s edition of “The Many Bags of…” remains one of our most prolific editions of the series to date, and even though it only hit the blog last year, a follow-up post is probably already warranted.

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