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The case of the Chanel’s Boy·Friend Skeleton is adorned with 48 brilliant-cut diamonds (visible when viewed normally) Chanel Like a dress from Chanel’s couture collection, the Boy·Friend Skeleton that houses Chanel’s latest in-house movement gives up its secrets slowly The Calibre 3, as it's known, demands proximity to be appreciated. “The Calibre 1, which we put in the Monsieur de Chanel, was a masculine movement; one in which you could see the components, because that’s what men want However, by contrast we concealed the movement in a camellia for the Calibre 2, because that seemed a more feminine approach,” explains Nicolas Beau, Chanel’s global head of watch and fine jewelry business development.
“So I feel that makes Calibre 3 transgender.” Advertisement Despite the incongruity of that statement, it makes sense when you see the watch When stripped of diamonds and pastel straps, the elongated angular form of the Boy·Friend becomes androgynous, a quality that . Source
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