Chanel's Graffiti Inspired Spring/Summer 2014 Accessories

Karl Lagerfeld allowed the fine line between fashion and art to be blurred for his Spring/Summer 2014 Chanel collection, transforming the area surrounding the catwalk into a gallery space and adding colour palette inspired details to several of the pieces. Chanel's accessory designer, Laetitia Crahay, took Lagerfeld's art inspired vision one step further for the backpacks, quilted 2.55 bags and more which she created for the upcoming season. 

One piece is particular got the most attention: the graffiti print backpack completed with a sprayed double 'C' logo. She also designed a paint-splashed a bag with a Pollack-esque print, and a pair of visor sunglasses that are bound to be everywhere when the new season covers begin popping up in January. Take a peek at the bags and jewellery from the collection below.


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