True to its rep as the watch that made sporty ceramic timepieces fashionable, the Chanel J12 has spawned more stylish adaptations than its age in years – all while staying true to its roots. (No matter the interpretation, it’s always in ceramic, always mainly monochrome and keeps its unisex shape that was inspired by racing cars and yachts.)
So how apt for the maison to celebrate the end of the design’s teenhood with the J12.20, a limited edition release covered in playful scrawls of 20 of its most iconic symbols and products? Think the camellia, the 2.55 handbag and even the tweed jacket in rhodium across the bezel and dial. Who says one can’t do cute at 20?
This article first appeared in the July 2020 The Perennial Edition of FEMALE.
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