FRANCE: Celine Unveils Special Currency Collection
Leading French fashion house Celine has unveiled a line of leather goods to commemorate the 12 European national currencies that will disappear next year when single currency banknotes and coins are introduced.
The collection, which will go on sale later this month, includes a chocolate brown calfskin handbag featuring a coin from each of the dozen countries as well as specially-designed belts, handbags and purses.
Every buyer will receive a leaflet with their purchase detailing the history of each of the different currencies.
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