Textured tie with light blue and white micro pattern Lancel


The Lancel tie with white and light blue polka dots on a navy blue background is a timeless classic from the brand. Polka dot patterns have always been popular at Lancel, particularly in the 50s and 60s, and are often associated with the chic Parisian aesthetic. The tie is made from high-quality silk with a silky finish that adds sparkle and texture to the ensemble. The navy blue background and white polka dots are an elegant, understated choice that can be easily matched with a variety of suits and shirts.

Brand: Lancel
Manufacturing location: Made in Italy

Width: 9 CM
Length: 135 CM
Construction: 3-ply

Delivery: 3-4 working days from the day after your order.

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Patterns and styling tips

The geometric pattern

Both extremes can be found among our geometric ties: either easy-to-wear micro-patterns that can be easily integrated into a business register, or more imposing designs emphasized by strong textures to be calmed by basics.

About the brand


Lancel is a French luxury leather goods brand founded in 1876 by the Lancel family in Paris. It is famous for its high-quality handbags, luggage, travel accessories and leather goods.

In its early days, Lancel concentrated mainly on the production of bags and travel goods for the wealthy customers of the Belle Époque. In the 1920s, the brand began to diversify, offering fashion accessories such as belts, gloves and ties.

Over the decades, Lancel has become an emblematic brand of French fashion, with a prestigious clientele including personalities such as Princess Grace of Monaco, Brigitte Bardot and Jackie Kennedy. The brand has also collaborated with renowned designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, who created a line of handbags for Lancel in the 1980s.

Lancel has collaborated with renowned artists and designers to create some of its most iconic tie patterns. In the 1950s, for example, Lancel worked with artist Marcel Vertès, famous for his Hollywood movie posters, to create tie designs inspired by the world of cinema.

In the 1970s, Lancel also collaborated with renowned Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada, who created bold, colorful tie patterns for the brand. These collaborations have helped reinforce Lancel’s creative identity and set the brand apart from its competitors.

Lancel has also drawn inspiration from art and architecture. For example, some of the brand’s tie designs were inspired by the decorative motifs of the Italian Renaissance, while others were inspired by the Art Deco buildings of Paris.