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côte&ciel's new editorial series showcases the passions and style of innovative creatives from around the world.

Parisian design-led bag company côte&ciel are merging sleek engineering with creative thinking in their new editorial series “Horizons”. Inspired by the company’s name and their passion for innovative expression, the collection showcases creatives from around the world.


Focusing on the intersection of their work and their environment, “Horizons” combines images and short stories to let the creatives immerse you in their world, both internal and external.


At the centre of these narratives are stylish, individually styled outfits incorporating the sleek new bags and backpacks which reflect côte&ciel’s dedication to fuelling creativity through design. The new collection, sporting their signature geometric, minimalist design encourages you to step outside and find inspiration in your environment, asserting that freedom of movement is the key ingredient for artists and makers of the world.


The 4 part series features creatives from London to Tokyo, the first being London based producer and musician Miink.


One of the city’s hottest emerging artists, Miink rose to acclaim with his moving introspective album “Small Clan” which incorporates D’angelo influences with Prince-esque vocals. In the editorial Miink wears the INN M and Ashokan from the upcoming September collection with carry-over pieces such as the Amper to create a timeless streetwear ensemble.


The series of profiles will continue to be released leading up to the new collection launch in September at

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