Chanel Turns Up the White

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of its explosively successful J12 watch, Chanel has released a limited-edition model that builds on the attitude of the original. The J12 White Phantom ($5,400) utilizes the same scratch-resistant, all-white ceramic case and bracelet that originally made the J12 a popular sporty timepiece. The 2,000-piece edition is also fitted with an all-white dial, hands, and numerals. (800.550.0005, www.chanel.com)

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