|Karl Lagerfeld shoots Alice Dellal for Boy Chanel Ad campaign|
French has always held a status of cool, of beauty, and of trendy. This season, Chanel proves just how cool and trendy by choosing to shoot their ad campaign for their new line of handbags in a lofty chateau, featuring beautiful French Antiques in the background. Chanel's decision reminds us that French Antiques are timeless pieces that can only add a touch of luxury to any home. Luckily, we have plenty of pieces in our gallery that certainly fit the bill!
The gilded bronze detail of the desk adds a distinctive character to the richness of the wood, making the entire piece altogether exquisite.
A similar mirror is in the background behind London model/rocker/socialite Alice Dellal, hand-picked by designer Karl Lagerfeld to be the new face of Chanel.
A Regency period console table adorns the back of this striking shot taken in a classic French dining room.
A beautiful crystal chandelier hangs over the setting of one of Karl Lagerfeld's shoots for Chanel's Boy handbag campaign.
To the green armchair seen in the photograph, we have an alternate leather pair of gorgeous hand carved armchairs with the original leather.
In the very own words of the label's founder, Coco Chanel:
Fashion changes, but style endures.
She was referring to her clothes, but the same can be said for beautiful, classic french antiques. Our gallery has literally hundreds of items handpicked for their timeless appeal and great quality.