Over £2,100 for a small, and dare I say, common, bag is excessive. Though, I have never understood the appeal for black quilted leather.
If I had that money to burn I'd be ordering at Hermes, as previously suggested.
The fact that they raise up the price for exclusivity is pretty ridiculous, when the quality has not even rise, rising the price seems like a joke. I'd much prefer a year of endless burgers rather than that a bag that does not even seems to worth the price of 3,000. and it somehow seems funny because the logo is probably the only thing thats worth a price, I can simply have a tiny black-leathered bag and then stick the chanel logo on, and it will probably cost 10 times cheaper then the price they sell.
I am getting tired of high-end luxury brands trying to rise the price to maintain their exclusiveness.
I've heard that there're currently about 200 purchasers of Chanel Haute Couture around the world and that the clothes may range from GBP 25k to GBP 100k but you get queen treatment (your measurements are taken wherever you want, when clothes are done, a Chanel's jet will take you to the House to try it on, if you dont even want that, ppl of the atelier will come to your house)
Those lame bags aren't even designer items, it's just UGG. That's just rude. I'd still rather save up and get a classic Chanel bag even if the price is ridiculously increasing than waste 500 bucks on this crap
^i tend to agree. especially in a recession, it's a brave move to debut $7k+ shoes. but some of those shoes are worth every penny seeing as NO ONE is doing ANYTHING like that in the world of "it" footwear. honestly, this is shoe as art.
does anyone know how much the nina ricci skyscrapers or the alexander mcqueen armadillos fetched?
everything is never quite enough.