This morning, Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld presented an out-of-this-world Fall 2017 collection at Paris Fashion Week, complete with a designer space shuttle. With notably less fan fair, the brand also released another collection. This one, however, is completely free and ready to download to your phone right now. Yes, Chanel has released their own emojis. Well, technically iMessage stickers, but whatever the case your texting is about to get much chicer.
Designer emojis are quickly becoming a thing. Comme Des Garçons Play, Versace, Opening Ceremony and Jeremy Scott have all released their own sticker packs. It was actually Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld who was one of the first titans of the fashion industry to embrace emojis when he released his own set in 2014, which featured tiny heads of Karl and Choupette (his cat, in case you weren't aware) in various expressions, and whole lot of hand gestures featuring fingerless gloves. That was the Chanel designer working on his own, but now the French fashion house is officially joining the fray as well.
Clearly aimed at a millennial consumer, the pack is meant to promote the brand's Rouge Coco Gloss collection. Made up in bright pink shades, 3D-render, and many of the animated, the stickers are meant for the girl (or girl at heart) on the go.
Here are a few of our favorites.
The one you'll use when your biggest frenemy walks into the party wearing the same Chanel LBD as you:
The one that's destined to be sent with lots of gossipy "Girl, this tea is piping!" texts:
The best choice for flirty texts:
The one you'll use when your friend is telling you all about their latest trip to St. Barts but you've already heard four other people talk about their latest trip to St. Barts today:
The one you'll use as code to tell your friend that you need to jet out of this party immediately, but in a chic and graceful way:
The one you'll use when dad hasn't transferred money to your account yet:
The on you'll use when your friend keeps talking about how Gigi Hadid "isn't a real model.":
You can get your own in the App Store here.
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