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Chanell Surratt new aprons bring high fashion to kitchens
May '13
High fashion is steaming up the kitchen this spring with the launch of a new line of couture aprons from Chanell Surratt for women who enjoy entertaining casually or hosting formal dinners.

The luxury lifestyle brand is offering a limited number of aprons in each print to ensure exclusivity, while elegant new designs will be introduced periodically.

All Chanell Surratt aprons are created from the most sumptuous fabrics and coupled with classic, timeless and flattering cuts in an array of colors and prints.

Made entirely in the USA, the new couture apron line was created for the woman who feels fashion is an inherent part of who she is every day – and a desire to bring a refined and sexy design to the functional use of a garment that every kitchen and woman needs.

Chanell Surratt aprons are perfect for wedding gifts, housewarming presents, birthday gifts or any other gift giving occasion.

“As a luxury lifestyle brand, our new line of couture aprons was inspired by real women,” said Creative Director and Founder Chanell Surratt. “Each apron is inspired by a woman of impeccable style and sophistication. The Jenna apron, with its wild mix of colors and exotic print, is inspired by J. Crew’s Executive Creative Director and President Jenna Lyons.

Ms. Lyons masterfully mixes pattern and texture. Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis is the inspiration for our Jackie O apron – classic gingham. Our Mrs. O apron, inspired by our First Lady, is elegant yet modern - created using three solid, bold colors with a black linen wrap-around belt. It is meant to reflect how Mrs. Obama wears her clothes - classic cuts in eye-catching colors.”

Chanell Surratt aprons come in 24 different designs, both prints and solids. Each features a high waist band for a figure-flattering fit for any shape woman. Chanell Surratt also offers bespoke services, which lets customers customize the fabric used, features and fit of their couture apron.

The bespoke process begins with a consultation where ideas, fabrics and designs are discussed and then sketches are emailed to the client complete with descriptions, fabric choices and any requested embellishment with a cost estimate.

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