Chanel is Listing a Lot of Cruise 2018 Bags on Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus

Unfortunately, there’s a catch

Before I get your hopes up too much: no, you still can’t buy Chanel Bags Price Increase bags online. The company has been talking about the possibility for years and making small moves to make it possible in recent seasons, but you still can’t. For the second season in a row, though, Chanel has chosen to list some of its new bags at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, teasing the possibility of clicking “add to bag” without actually letting you do it.

The two retailers, which share a corporate parent company, feature overlapping but slightly different selections from the 7 Star Chanel Bags Cruise 2018 collection, and all the bags offered were first seen in the brand’s seasonal lookbook (which you can see in its entirety here). The selection does give us a little bit of information that was left out of the lookbook, though: namely, prices for a handful of the collection’s most expensive pieces, including a Boy Bag and a Classic Flap.

Although this isn’t e-commerce (if you see something you like, you’ll have to call to inquire), it certainly suggests a continued interested from Chanel Bags For Cheap in reaching shoppers through traditional online retail channels. If I had to guess, I’d say we’ll be seeing online sales from the brand in the next couple seasons.

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Chanel Backpack
$8,200 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Boy Bag
$12,800 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Classic Flap Bag
$4,000 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Classic Flap Bag
$17,800 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Flap Bag
$3,300 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Flap Bag with Top Handle
$4,500 via Neiman Marcus

Ancient Greece is something many people in the West start learning about as kids, and in those early days, a great deal of learning is visual. When Karl Lagerfeld set out to theme Chanel’s Cruise 2018 collection around ancient Greece, he didn’t stray far from those tropes–in fact, he did not stray at all, and the consequent bags are in stores now.These bags will be appealing to individuals interested in the colours and textures of Greece particularly, and the light, warm shades make for an excellent escape wardrobe (this really is a hotel set, after all). Check out all the bag’s in the brand’s expansive lookbook below, including new seasonal variations of the favorite Boy, Classic Flap and Gabrielle lines. As always, we’ve included prices.There aren’t many fashion brands that will not allow you to purchase their luggage online at this point–even Hermès has responded that the siren song of internet retail–but Chanel is still one of the only holdouts. Even though the French handbag powerhouse has taken to publishing increasingly long and elaborate handbag lookbooks every season, you still need to parade yourself into one of the company’s comparatively infrequent boutiques so as to obtain a brand-new bag. If ” new” isn’t the important part of that sentence for you, though, we may be able to help.

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Chanel Gabrielle Hobo
$3,500 via Neiman Marcus

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Chanel Classic Flap Bag
$4,400 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Coin Evening Bag
$6,200 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Drawstring Bag
$3,800 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Flap Saddle Bag
$4,300 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Gabrielle Purse
$3,300 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Gabrielle Small Bag
$3,700 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Leaves Evening Bag
$4,600 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Minaudiere
$12,500 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Pleated Evening Bag
$5,000 via Bergdorf Goodman

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Chanel Stripe Clutch
$2,900 via Bergdorf Goodman