Chanel To Sell Runway Inspired Temporary Tattoos


Temporary tattoos are no longer just fun for little kids. Chanel has decided to launch Les Trompe L’Oeil de Chanel Temporary Skin Art, a line of temporary tattoos based on designs created by Peter Philips for the Paris Runway Show for Spring 2010.

These intricate designs have proved themselves successful on the runway. From necklaces to bracelets and all the way down to anklets, these tattoos are an interesting way to not-so-permanently brand yourself with the much appreciated Chanel logo. And at $75 for 55 designs, it’s a more affordable way of showing brand loyalty… at least, while it lasts.

And at $75 for 55 different designs, this is a recession-friendly way to wear Chanel this spring.

Tell us: What do you think of this new trend?



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January 26th, 2010 at 6:41 pm

The designs are really whimsical and pretty. But that’s too much for a temporary tat. O.o

September 22nd, 2015 at 12:39 am

より多くの書き込み、私は言わなければならないすべてのthats。あなたはあなたのポイントを作るためにビデオに頼っているかのように文字通り、それはそうです。あなたは間違いなくは私たちに何かを与えることができたとき、| あなたにちょうど投稿する動画のあなたの知性を啓発読み取るyoureの理由捨てる廃棄物、について話して知っている?