Like the French label’s iconic 2.55 handbag, Chanel Fine Jewellery’s Coco Crush line has always been as much about making a personal statement as it has been about appealing to everyday needs. Two years ago, it debuted as a concise yet well-thought-out range: one solid cuff and four rings that could be stacked or worn as pendants, in white or yellow gold.
Each was carved with one of the most discreet yet recognisable motifs in luxury fashion: the quilted matelasse pattern that anchors the 2.55 handbag. Last year was when the collection ramped up the glamour, and by that we mean the same white and yellow gold bands with a sprinkling of diamonds (31 on the small and 53 on the medium, to be exact).
Also added was another duo of white gold rings with full pave diamonds and trendy cuffs with a diamond-studded lion symbol, a nod to Chanel’s Leo star sign. For something more understated, the brand also introduced rings in plain 18K beige gold — meant to be a cooler alternative to the usual gold varieties. The alloy finish is subtler than yellow and more modern than rose. In other words, it’s a cinch to match.
Now, the range enters its third year and undergoes its most playful expansion. Over the next few pages, we highlight what these new updates are.
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