Someone Wore a Bagel Purse to Dinner With Karl Lagerfeld Last Night

There were a lot of very pretty people in very pretty clothing at the dinner Karl Lagerfeld hosted last night in honor of the new Baz Luhrman-directed Chanel No. 5 commercial.

Unsurprisingly, most the guests—including Gisele Bundchen, Lily Allen, Poppy Delevingne, Crystal Renn, Anna Wintour, and Lily Aldridge—were wearing head-to-toe Chanel. Lucky ducks! They all looked fancy in their Fall 2014 runway boucle, sparkly dresses, and Resort 2015 prints.

Our favorite look of the night, however, belonged to up-and-coming actress India Menuez—and not just because her black turtleneck was dotted with pearls and her tweed skirt-suit matched her flame-colored hair perfectly. Nope. It was her Chanel bagel purse that got our attention.

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It looks so real! And so delicious.

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Apparently, you can’t buy that bagel bag anywhere (yet), but you can definitely get a pretty realistic bagel necklace on Etsy for about $11.

Honestly, none of the other celebrity outfits at the party really compare to the bagel bag look. Lily Allen did have her usual purple hair, which was fun. Here’s a rundown of what all the best looks that didn’t involve bagel purses were:

1. Gisele Bundchen

chanel-3 Gisele starred in the Chanel No. 5 commercial that everyone was celebrating so obviously she was having a good time. Look at her pose! She wore a silver dress from the Chanel Fall 2014 couture.

2. Lily Allen

chanel-7That’s Chanel Resort 2015 our purple-headed friend is wearing.

3. Leigh Lezark

chanel-4 Jumpsuit party, hey! Also Resort 2015.

4. Toni Garnn

chanel-5 The model looked ready for the office in a really good way.

5. Poppy Delevingne

chanel-6 Why should little sister Cara have all the fun? Poppy wore a technicolor chiffon Resort 2015 dress.




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