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The 14 Best Bags from Chanel's Kooky, Colorful Spring Line

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The Chanel spring 2014 show took place in Paris at 10am this morning, which meant waking up to images of double-c bags splashed across Instagram. Chanel's always exciting because Karl Lagerfeld does over-the-top sets; this time, he designed the Grand Palais to look like a wacky art gallery full of tongue-in-cheek touches like massive bottles of No. 5 perfume turned into robots, quilted chain-strap bags that would dwarf a human and oversize sculptures. The audience, which starred just about every top fashion editor, street style fixtures BryanBoy and Anna Dello Russo and singer Katy Perry, sat across from the installation.

The expansive collection—almost 90 looks in all—was ultra-colorful. Some dresses were literal rainbows. And there were bags galore: tiny cross-body chainstraps, top-handle baguettes, spray-painted(!) backpacks and more. See them all in our gallery, above, and click through for a clip of the runway.

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