A Timepiece inspired by the clasp of the iconic Chanel 2.55 bag, Created in February 1955, the luxurious leather 2.55 purse was closed with a front lock called “the Mademoiselle Lock.”

The timepiece of 38.1 mm by 21.5 mm face comes with two bezel options: stainless steel or studded with 52 brilliant-cut diamonds. Both dials are black-lacquered and set with an additional 0.05-carat, princess-cut diamond. The Code Coco is powered by a practical and high precision quartz movement and is water resistant to 30 meters.

The Chanel Code Coco starts at $5,000 for the single diamond version and $9,100 for the diamond-set bezel. If you really want to sparkle, there’s a limited-to-five-pieces edition made of white gold and totally encrusted in diamonds for $956,000.