One thing that separates a feminine watch brand from traditional watch companies is that the former knows what women exactly want. Because when it comes to timepieces, a girl needs options for different occasions. Which is where Chanel’s horology department comes in. In the past year alone, it has been on a roll launching everything from an androgynous timepiece to a dinner watch to a watch you can wear as a ring.
The latest addition to that growing family is akin to a cool party child. Called the Code Coco, it’s part bracelet, part timepiece and a ringer for those into jewellery watches sans the typical precious jewellery look. The trick lies in the inspiration of the watch — the brand’s iconic 2.55 flap bag. For starters, there is the flexible bracelet that’s crafted in steel with an engraved quilt-inspired motif. To wear the watch, simply secure the clasp — reminiscent of that on the bag — over the dial. It’s a super modern, trendy and architectural piece that is made for the party season. Here, we showcase the two options it comes in plus one very special edition. You know, for those VIP parties.
For something understated, this steel piece comes without any embellishments except for the princess-cut diamond on the lacquered dial. $7,500
Decked out in 52 diamonds on the bezel, this steel piece makes for a subtle luxurious timepiece. $13,800
This uber extravagant piece is crafted in 18K white gold and studded with 509 diamonds and limited to just five pieces worldwide. Price upon request
This feature is brought to you in collaboration with Chanel Fine Jewellery.