Feminine is the word that certainly sums up Cyells new collection. A trendy collection that surprises with unusual colour combinations and stylish cuts, using supple and easy-to-wear materials. This season’s style features subtle details and elegant combinations.
Wearing the fine materials that we used, such as cotton/modal, brushed cotton and modal/elasthan, makes you feel feminine and cosy. Particular eye-catchers are the new stylish necklines as well as the subtle twist effects and the lovely smocked details.
Fashionable combinations of satin and jersey with some lace adding a touch of glamour: in short, the fine workmanship and the ample use of material resulted in an intimates collection of high quality.
Interesting new materials – such as a soft brushed cotton – are to be found in the softwear collection apart from the familiar fleece and velour. Besides, the fine knitwear models with just a hint of cashmere make for a trendy twist in the collection.
The designs vary quite a lot. Apart from softwear sets made of velour and fleece Cyell offers quite a new concept: from trendy modal/elasthan tops with matching trousers to fashionable sweat-shirts made of a cosy brushed cotton. Dreaming yourself away is easy with Cyell’s softwear collection.
First Colour Theme “MYSTIC DREAMS”
Trendy, subtle and stylish. Apart from peach as the main colour red and wine-red appear. The shades of the multi-coloured patterns, the fine designs and plain colours are beautifully matched with each other and subtly combined with orange, allowing for a colour scheme with a trendy twist.
Second Colour Theme “WINTER CHARM”
Surprising, varied, effective. In this colour theme petrol, navy and fuchsia play the dominant parts. In this group the shades of the patterns are touched up with a subtle colour accent with the colour stone as a neutral pendant.
The items of the Intimates & Softwear Collection are perfectly matched with a colouring that exactly corresponds to the details of the embroidery, ribbons and lace. A harmonious whole with plenty of possibilities.
More info on these winter 2009 pieces soon — for now