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Weekend getaway essentials: What to pack

Are you making the most of this long weekend and escaping the city? Get inspiration for what to wear with our off-duty bank holiday favourites. What to wear | Departure Lounge Travel in ultimate comfort with our cashmere joggers and hoodie whilst still remaining stylish. Check list: Steph cashmere hoodie Natalia cashmere joggers   What to wear | Staycation Fall back in love with your city by making the most of the extra day to explore new areas and discover hidden gems Where to go: Brunch with friends in your home town Check list: Urai sleeveless coat Lorna cardigan Marvey culottes Tyle joggers Shop full edit here! What to pack | City Break Soak up some culture and escape the city for a weekend of alfresco dinners, museums and art galleries. Where to go: Sightseeing in Rome Check list: Nove cotton trousers Sketch silk blouse Cozz shirt Calivn ottoman jumper What to pack | Sun Seekers Tired of these April showers? Jet off for some sun and slip into our easy-to-wear, breezy dresses. Where to go: Sun lounging in Lisbon Check list: Ocean silk dress Dash silk dress Thrill cotton shirt Marvey Culottes Shop full edit here!
by Les 100 Ciels Team on April 26, 2016
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How to wear spring cover-ups

         
by Les 100 Ciels Team on April 01, 2016
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SS16 Designer’s Inspiration

  New season, new knitwear! Want to be in the know about next season’s key shapes and colours? Look no further than our interview with the brains behind the new Spring Summer ’16 styles, our Head Designer Stephanie. She tells us what inspired her designs this season by showing us a glimpse of her moodboard, and explains what qualities we will all be wearing this summer. Bring on the warmer months!   “This season, we’ve taken inspiration from the minimal 90’s decade, with particular emphasis on structure and simplistic silhouettes. We’ve used references from the archives of couture design and combined this with interesting yarn techniques for a modern feel.”     “We’ve looked at primitive, tribal influences to inform our print designs. The main focus for colour has come from the work of artist Callum Innes. He uses a method of layering pigments of colour, which results in a vivid array of tones. We’ve translated these varying hues into a fusion of pale pink, grey marls and indigo ombré details.” “In this Spring Summer season, we’ve focused on using natural fabrics like washed silks, linen and cotton. Our signature summer quality, cotton poplin, gives you a freshness when worn making it perfect for warmer days! We’ve also experimented with hand-dyed ...
by Les 100 Ciels Team on January 22, 2016
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