côte&ciel Looks to a World Beyond Global Restrictions For SS22

Combining forward momentum with product evolution.

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French bag aficionados côte&ciel has presented its Spring/Summer 2022 collection, showcasing the brand’s adaptability and looking into a world beyond global restrictions.

After drawing on the works of Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, Johns and Warhol for its Spring/Summer 2021 collection, côte&ciel looks forward this season combining its forward momentum combined with product evolution.

New backpack silhouettes in the form of the SARU and YUKON are debuted in a “Red Brick” fabrication, while a cycling-friendly VELO collection also makes its debut. Other additions include the KAMA compact backpack and the TANANA, a more concise take on the YUKON reworked as a crossbody option.

The full côte&ciel SS22 collection is set to drop in February 2022, and will be available from the brand’s online webstore.

In other news, White Mountaineering is blending function and comfort for SS22.

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