14 de febrero de 2009

Liberty and Cacharel

In 1970, Cacharel sensed it was time to embrace this notion of lightness more fully, so they re-invented the Liberty fabric.
Liberty? An English Garden? Fresh cotton for well-behaved children? Little flowers in soft watercolors hues?

It was all these things, but despite its quality, this fabric seemed to be forgotten by the fashion world.

For its 50th anniversary, Cacharel decided to re-edit a special Liberty collection, composed by the iconic pieces from the 70s.

That way you won’t have to go second-hand shopping around the world or through your grandparents’ old clothes to find these precious and major pieces.

The collection will be presented in a Cacharel shop-in-shop at colette February 16th-28th.


For the occasion, colette is getting liberty all around with E2 customized vintage Cacharel garments, Nike Liberty Blazer sneakers, Anne-Marie Herckes custom accessories, Jellycat little friends and Topshop Kate Moss comes back for a new season with pieces in....Liberty prints, of course!

Finally, Bonpoint made a Liberty bag for its candles and perfume premiering at Colette.


Yo quiero las Nike!, o no sé...Un vestido vintage!, aún recuerdo el traje de Cacharel que me compró mi madre para la comunión de una amiga...Hace más de 15 años!!, todas sus flore sme recuerdan a ese día...




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