New collection Fall - Winter
Trenchs & Coats
enThe coat is the essential piece for a successful winter, we want it to be soft, warm, timeless and a little trendy. We dream of finding the perfect model that we'll wear with everything and that will make us look like a queen. At Chemins Blancs, you can discover a large range to help you find what you're looking for. We offer a beautiful choice of shapes: from the modernized pea coat, with or without hood, to the wrap-around coat, including the very chic overcoat or the ultra-feminine fitted coat. Something to satisfy all desires according to differnent styles and morphologies! Imagined in our workshops in France and manufactured in our factory in Ukraine, according to the know-how of our parent company Lener Cordier, a French Family house; they are small jewels of quality made in Europe. Our woollens are carefully chosen for perfect comfort and an optimal feeling of warmth to face the greyness of autumn and the cold of winter. Virgin wool, noble alpaca, mohair, soft cashmere, blends of natural materials, our fabrics are selected from our Italian or French suppliers with whom we have been working for many years. As with the other pieces in our collections, we make it a point of honor to provide impeccable finishes and meticulous details that make all the difference: pretty buttons, topstitching details, cleverly worked pockets, and always our iconic linings, the timeless Chemins Blancs signature. The colors are vitaminized and warm, or more neutral for a chic and timeless look. The silhouettes are modern and feminine. Are you looking for a trendy piece? Opt for one of our long models, splendid reworked travel coats, which will be a cozy wrap in the heart of winter. Looking for a more classic shape? Give into the little sixties coat that can be worn with everything with its fitted shape. Finally, for a casual and dynamic look, go for one of our pea coats or a slightly ball shape that is pure and magnificent. A beautiful choice of colors, shapes, suitable for all morphologies and styles. What more could you ask for?