Damart launches first designer collaboration with legendary French designer

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Online fashion retailer Damart have announced their very first designer collaboration with legendary French fashion designer Christian Lacroix.

Christian Lacroix has created two must-have pieces for those who want to adopt effortless French style this winter.

Fans of the French designer and Damart's loyal customers have a limited time to get their hands on one of these two special pieces: a jacquard coat with thermal lining and a poncho, both in a luxe black and red print.


Known for its textile expertise, particularly its patented thermal ‘Thermolactyl’ fabric, Damart has incorporated a thermal lining into the coat, combining warmth and comfort with effortless style.

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The jacquard coat features a collarless design with black piping and pockets. The coat is priced at £199 and is available in sizes 10-20, although size 10 has already sold out.

SHOP NOW: Jacquard coat, £199

The poncho is perfect for those looking for an alternative version to a coat and is easy to throw on over any outfit. Team with jeans, a dark roll neck jumper and a pair of leather ballet pumps to channel your inner Parisian style.

Priced at £99, it's one size fits all and can be worn one of two ways thanks to its reversible design.

SHOP NOW: Poncho, £99

Speaking about the collaboration Christian Lacroix said, “These are patterns created from historical or ethnic archives, my two sources of inspiration which, by their mirror-like symmetrical design, softened by curves, should not only protect the body but also flatter the silhouette.”

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Happy shopping!

Becky Joiner-O'Riordan

Becky Joiner-O'Riordan is a Senior Fashion Stylist & Writer. With 10 years experience in the fashion industry, she currently works across woman&home, womanandhome.com, Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly, Chat, goodto.com, and has previously worked on Harper's Bazaar, Notion and Now Magazine. 

After graduating from both the University of the Creative Arts and The Fashion Retail Academy with first-class honours she dipped her toes into the world of television styling working on This Old Thing, hosted by Dawn O’Porter and Channel 4’s live tv show series Gok Live: Stripping for Summer.