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Alice Delall, the New Face of Boy Chanel Bags, Normally Doesn't Carry a Bag

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Model Alice Dellal was recently crowned the face of Chanel's Boy bags, and today Chanel has released a four-minute video interview with Dellal, where she explains just how much fun she had shooting the campaign. Dellal also tells the reporter, "I don't usually wear bags," which was met with an awkward "Really?" (She does, however, think her new Chanel bag is "wicked.")

The reporter (who goes unseen but is almost just an equal star in this show) also says: "In the campaign you wear a feminine outfit, you are in a very classy atmosphere. We're not used to seeing you like this. Did you enjoy it?" Dellal responds that she "felt like a lady" on the shoot, but that normally she likes to be comfortable. "I think men dress more comfortably than ladies," she explains, which was met with another "Really?" Check out the full video after the jump.

· Confirmed: Alice Dellal for Chanel Handbags [Racked]
· Alice Dellal Lands the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring Campaign [Racked]
· Chanel [Official Site]