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Cache Col UK Scarf Line Launches in US Market Fall 2016

London-Based Men’s Scarf Label Provides French Flair, Easy Versatility and the Perfect Finishing Touch to Any Look

New York, NY – Fall 2016 marks the introduction of Cache Col UK, a designer men’s label specializing in premium wool and cashmere scarves that add flair and the perfect finishing touch to the look of any modern gentleman—whether he’s navigating through bustling urban streets or walking along the country side.

Shunning the overstated flamboyance and cumbersome nature of men’s neckwear designs that have become so commonplace in recent seasons, Cache Col UK scarves offer stylish simplicity, functional flair, superior quality and easy versatility.

Based in London, Cache Col UK designer Julius James found the inspiration for his collection on a trip to Paris. “I was struck by the flair and elegance of French neckwear. I’ve combined French panache with a British sense of timelessness and durability in a line of men’s scarves that is refined and sophisticated, yet relaxed and casual.”

About Cache Col UK

Cache Col UK is a part of the London-based luxury accessories brand founded in 2009 by designer Julius James. The brand is committed to offering superior-quality products that balance style and functionality.

The pace of change to the silhouette of men’s fashion accessories has been slow. The vicissitudes of fashion reflect social change, and now is the time for high style in simple wearable forms. Cache Col UK offers a level of sophistication and improvement to the man’s accessory form.

While uber-hip on an aesthetic level, it’s ultimately simple in its design—it can be easily placed in your briefcase or inside your coat pocket while milling about. You can’t say that about the traditional men’s scarf and Cache is far more fetching and flattering to the man’s body—

Whether playing around in the park or jetting off to Gstaad, it’s the accessory to have for the Fall 2016 season.

Photos & text Copyright Cache Col UK.