Elegance and Simplicity by Cacharel
Cacharel was created in 1962 in the southern French city of Nimes, named after the founder Jean Bosquet’s favourite local bird. The success of his legendary seersucker and Liberty print blouses put the brand firmly on the fashion map. Unostentatious femininity, charm and gracefulness epitomise the brand’s values. The Cacharel woman is tender, sassy and dynamic whilst always remaining as elegant and gentle as ever.
Chez Cacharel simplicity reigns supreme. The optical collection, designed by Mondottica, is inspired by effortless femininity and is presented in soft, natural tones. These handcrafted spectacles offer beautiful feminine design with authentic elements of Paris: simplicity, elegance and luxury.
Rich tortoiseshell acetate and fading tones are the main protagonists of this season collection as seen in CA3016 and CA3014. From signature cylindrical temples to the subtle use of branding, each piece has been lovingly created to celebrate the eternal beauty of the Cacharel woman.
As with Cacharel, Mondottica has licenses for Hackett, Christian Lacroix, Cacharel, Joules and Yohji Yamamoto worldwide. Ted Baker and Lulu Guinness worldwide except the US and Canada, Anna Sui worldwide except Japan. Marimekko worldwide except Japan and Korea and Pepe Jeans London worldwide except Spain.
It also has distribution joint ventures in the European Community with Rem.