Cacharel: femininity, lightness and refinement

Cacharel was created in 1962 by Jean Bousquet, in Nîmes, who founded the company of the same name in 1964.

Cacharel designs are characteristic for their youthful style, femininity, lightness, refinement and use of bright colours. The presentation of the first blouse collection in Paris brought attention for its cheerfulness and the modern vision of women that it represented. The introduction of the seersucker blouse and a front cover in ELLE magazine in 1963 launched Cacharel onto the international stage.


Starting from: £448.00£224.00
Long striped dress in ultramarine colors. 100% Silk
Starting from: £432.00£216.00
White trench coat in coated cotton. 100% cotton
Starting from: £432.00£216.00
Spring straight white coat, half-long. Floral pattern, with yellow birds. Fabric 100% cotton...
Gilet front
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Gilet with knitted sheep fur. The sheep is still alive and happy because they use the wool and not...