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With its assertive personality, the Lancel brand is more than ever focusing on the timelessness of their creations. For this fall/winter 2017-18 season, the gracefulness of the Huit bucket bag and the maliciousness of the Charlie bag are still as trendy. And Nicole Stulman has more than one trick in her luxury handbags. This end of year, she is introducing us to Pia: with its Double L logo inspired by the label’s archives and its exclusive clasp placed on the top of the bag, this design already has all it needs to become a seasonal hit. Discover Lancel bags and Lancel accessories..


Founded in 1876 by Alphonse and Angèle Lancel, the eponymous brand immediately focused on accessories, with a line of accessories for smokers. The label diversified quite rapidly and became a lifestyle reference. The Lancel stores represented a modern style that followed women’s emancipation and their lifestyle evolution with evening accessories, smoking sets and a first line of travel accessories... Since then, the brand has perpetuated the image of chic and ingenious modernity, drawing inspiration from its archives and from the evolution of the world. Between tradition and modernity, the leather specialist Lancel, has bet on timelessness. With Huit, Charlie and Bianca, the brand’s latest flagships, Lancel imagined more than fashion accessories, creating iconic bags to wear more than one season. Designs you can love forever and pass on from one generation to the next..


Like many accessory designers, Nicole Stulman started with ready-to-wear. Working in Paris with Michael Kors, Creative Director at Céline at the time, the American fashion designer soon realized that her interest lied in leatherwork. She then worked in several prestigious fashion houses (Dior, Hermes, Burberry...) before joining Lancel at the end of 2013. Credited for the brand’s revival, the fashion designer did bring in a new spirit, with sleeker handbag and accessory designs, such as Charlie, the label’s first iconic bag.


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