The much anticipated Boy Chanel handbag campaign featuring British model Alice Dellal is finally out after several sneak peeks and interviews.
The French fashion house has revealed the official images of the campaign that has been shot by German fashion designer and photographer Karl Lagerfeld himself.
There has been much speculation regarding the campaign after the fashion label announced earlier that the 24-year-old thrash metal drummer and heiress to a property tycoon, grandfather "Black" Jack Dellal is the new face of the Boy Chanel handbag collection.
"The designer had a crush on this unique, charismatic young lady, who is both a model and musician, during a photo shoot several months ago. This previously unforeseen alliance finally became self-evident. Alice Dellal represents the perfect incarnation of all that is unique about the Boy Chanel handbag collection which strives far from conformist notions of femininity," the official Chanel site mentions.
Apart from Chanel, Dellal has been the face of Mango in 2008 and the body of the Agent Provocateur collection. Known for her half-shaved head and her punk-rock looks, she is also Mario Testino's muse.
The Daily Mail reported that holding a Chanel Boy bag in each (metallic alligator, heavy chains and metalwork, strong, boxy shapes) Alice lends her own punky personal style to the scene, her ripped fishnet tights, tousled bleached hair and nose ring adding an extra dimension to Karl's elegant styling.
Catch a glimpse of the Chanel Boy handbag campaign featuring Alice Dellal: