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Chanel launch camouflage nails

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When Chanel launched their 'Jade' nail varnish last October, minty manicures suddenly became the shade du jour and green copycat varnishes flooded beauty counters

Stylist predicts the same thing will happen with Chanel's latest trio of nail colours. Entitled the Les Khaki range - Chanel’s creative director, Peter Philips, was inspired by camouflage when creating it - this very cool limited edition set is made up of three fabulous shades: Khaki Rose, Khaki Vert and Khaki Brun (£19 each).

Launched onto shelves on September 8th to coincide with Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, we suggest you complement them with on-trend camels and creams.

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