Natalie Joos' 'Little Chanel Jacket' Film

Karl and Carine aren't the only ones smitten with a good Chanel jacket.

Hot on the heels of Chanel's "Little Black Jacket" exhibit, featuring an assortment of notables shot by Lagerfeld in the iconic piece, fashion consultant and casting agent Natalie Joos has submitted her own ode to the label via a short film directed by Marianna Rothen.

Running two and a half minutes long and evoking your grandparents' home movies,The Little Chanel Jacket sees a vintage-styled Joos modeling Chanel get-ups in a variety of hues. The quick-change artist portrays a blonde pixie pushing a stroller in a daisy yellow look, a pastel-clad Jackie Kennedy lookalike, and a sunbather pairing a white blazer with a swimsuit and heart-shaped sunglasses.

Shot in Woodbridge, New York, the film ends with Joos—rocking a platinum bob and a white and black vintage Chanel ensemble—hitching a ride from none other than herself, disguised in a curly brown wig and a graphic headscarf.

Hey, we'd invest in a few clones too if it meant getting to wear more Chanel.