Parisian high-end luggage brand côte&ciel has unveiled their new Fall / Winter 23 collection, which explores the relations of surfaces, resulting in the embrace of two shapes that are reminiscent of organic as well as manmade patterns. Maintaining their rigorous approach to design, the evolution of products and material innovation remains at the core of côte&ciel’s ethos.
The collection consists of new styles like AVON, an expandable backpack that allows storage capacity to gradually increase by unzipping and unclipping. Another new style is OBION, designed for convenient carry and optimum storage capacity as a large duffel bag. Can be carried in hand using handle straps or across the body with a fitted ADDA shoulder strap.
The collection also features côte&ciel classics, such as the Raven and Robin fabric groupings, all made in natural elements or environments with its own individual appearances. Raven is a protected gloss fabrication that has a flint like sheen, whereas Robin is a desert-toned crinkle nylon, complimented by two-toned guide ropes and contrasting gold hardware.
In the accessories department we find a new range of petite pieces, in theme with interconnectivity as the new collection is designed to increase the côte&ciel wearer’s interlinking experience of differing members of the brand’s product families. The LetGo, RingO, and Lanyard are all introduced to expand the storage capabilities of the host item through adaptability or as a statement piece.
The côte&ciel FW23 collection is available now, on the côte&ciel website.
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