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03-09-2009
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if they were synthetic... -le sigh-

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05-09-2009
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My vintage brown chanel


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11-09-2009
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where is the best, reputable website to buy authentic vintage chanels?
I'm looking for a vintage bucket bag a lá


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theres no point of looking for a vintage chanel online, chances that they sell out as soon as it's on sale.

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try ebay sweetest_313")

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17-08-2010
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Hey all, I bought a cute Chanel bag in 1989. It's petite, with a slip through chain handle that can be worn over the shoulder or doubled up and carried as a small handbag. Have rarely seen another like it. And it's really cute!! And I want to wear it again.

Anyhow, I stored it for a while in the upper realms of my closet, and when I took it out, I noticed that the interior leather lining had become all crumbly. What should I do? Is my best bet to take it to CHANEL? Do you think they can fix this sort of thing? I actually have the original box and receipt too.

I'd be willing to pay a couple-few hundred dollars in repairs.

Also does anyone know if it's possible to get a longer strap? I can wear this cross-body but it's on the short side. Would love to have a slightly longer strap.

Not sure if this question is appropriate, as I didn't read the rest of the thread. But if it's not and anyone can point me in another direction, that'd be great too. Cheers!

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17-08-2010
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You should take your bag to Chanel just to see if they will be able to repair it. If not, I guess you can try the lovinmybags website to see if the lining is something they can work on.

Not sure about the strap, but no harm asking Chanel I guess.

Good luck!

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Thank you very much!!

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