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Collection Fall Winter

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Immaculate horizons as far as the eye can see, wild nature regaining its rights, frail and delicate vegetation. This Autumn/Winter 21/22 at Chemins Blancs, lovers of freedom and wide open spaces, we were inspired by the beauty of the comforting landscapes. Natural materials, in light colours, with a raw and authentic look, take up an impo

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Short cream alpaca coat
Black woolen blended skirt
Almond green double...
Off-white corduroy flared trousers
Navi and off white warm...
Navy striped button-down...
Off-white floral printed loose-fitted top

Collection Fall Winter

Immaculate horizons as far as the eye can see, wild nature regaining its rights, frail and delicate vegetation. This Autumn/Winter 21/22 at Chemins Blancs, lovers of freedom and wide open spaces, we were inspired by the beauty of the comforting landscapes. Natural materials, in light colours, with a raw and authentic look, take up an important part of our winter wardrobe, designed to be as durable as possible. The volumes are enveloping, allowing comfort to settle into our favourite outfits. The monochrome looks of winter whites play with the textures of corduroy, flocked polka dots, carded woollens and crepe cotton veils. To frame this winter candour, soft almond green and rosewood pastels come together here and there with a print, alpaca wool, satin or viscose crepe. The airy volumes are wrapped in warm and generous coats. The graphics of this collection merrily intermingle, between stripes and flowers, sketching an organic link between nature and the city. A two-coloured maxi chevron is mixed with a flat of flowers drawn on a black background, as well as a "borsalino" style stripe. A mini tennis stripe in light colours dresses a soft suit alongside a floral pattern, composed like an ancient rosette, or mini bindies. An elegant and authentic sobriety defines the silhouettes of this autumn winter 2021/22 collection. An attitude that reflects our state of mind at Chemins Blancs, resonating with an era when human beings, creativity and know-how define the heart of our profession.