Explore Five Cuffs from Chanel Jackets
By the end of the 1950s, Coco Chanel had found her niche: the classic cardigan jacket. She revised it year after year with trims, multiple pockets, tweeds and nubby wools, and sometimes with collars. This became the signature Chanel jacket, even though there were other styles in the Chanel collections and other designers creating similar designs. In this article from Threads #151, Claire Shaeffer explores five cuffs from jackets in her Chanel collection to provide a up-close look at the subtleties of trims designers have marveled at for decades.
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