Balenciaga Drops Air Freshener-Inspired Pine Tree Keychains

From the house’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

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Aside from innovative layering techniques and tech-infused sneaker silhouettes, Balenciaga’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection revealed a troupe of eclectic accessory options, including sneakers, bags and other such embellishments. Part of the house’s seasonal offering are these two pine tree keychains.

Spotted above in both blue and pink, the item closely resembles the shrub-style air freshener seen hanging off automobile rearview mirrors the world over, sporting a branded emblem directly in the middle, with a rectangular box/text combo towards the bottom. 40 rue de Sèvres and 75007 Paris appear on both keychains, which represents the address of Balenciaga’s Paris-based head office location. Priced at $214 USD each, you can find these Balenciaga keychains now at Antonioli.

Keeping with statement accessories, Ralph Lauren launched the Polo Bear watch collection.

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Balenciaga Fall/Winter 2018 Pine Tree Keychains

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