Cara Delevingne is paving the way for new British label Cécile to expand it’s horizon after boosting their image by wearing one of their t-shirts while out and about at Paris Fashion Week. Cécile was launched for spring/summer 2013 by a group of anonymous industry experts who decided to remain without identity so attention will be focused on the label rather than the designers who create the clothes.
The brand was launched to fill the gap in the market for a brand which created clothes which could be worn with a range of other wardrobe pieces, saying: “We felt that there was a need for the perfect T-shirt to wear under a Celine jacket or the statement sweatshirt with your favourite jeans,” one of the founders said. “We wanted to focus on our very European aesthetic, but keep it super affordable and great quality. Cécile is all about high impact T-shirts that enhance your best basics, high-end or high-street.”
They admitted to Vogue that this lucky endorsement by fashion’s “it-girl” couldn’t have come at a better time: “She’s amazing and we are thrilled that she is a fan of the brand. She was someone who was in our minds throughout designing the last collection, so her wearing Cécile is the perfect fit.”
Take a look at Cécile’s A/W 13-14 pieces in the gallery below, and the brand’s clothes are available to buy on Liberty: http://www.liberty.co.uk/search?productsPerPage=60&keywords=cecile&x=0&y=0