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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Donatello89, Mar 7, 2010.
i loved the floral prints and the dresses in the finale!
yep, usually i'm not a fan but there is a good work for that collections. prints and colors are great.
I just like how the catwalk lit up . That was more exciting .
I think it started off wonderfully with the navys and being paired with the florals but then it ended really horribly with those prints.
^ I agree. It's like he got more carried away towards the end and it didn't translate well.
I looked at this last night and I must say, I found it very very lovely, in that endearing, almost marshmallow-y way.. I haven't looked at Cacharel with my enthusiasm since some of the early shows Eley Kishimoto did for the house but this just looks like such a treat, it's fun, a little quirky, youthful.. as a girl, you can wear this to do the groceries, to a bar, school.. anywhere really.. it's all in the right dose and safe without being dull. really love it, it almost makes me crave for some good old anaïs .
Never been interested in Cacharel, but this is good. Lovely prints
Quite adorable - I guess I still have a thing for florals, and I like Cacharel's foral fluff.
I thought they closed this brand down. I don't even remember seeing it any time after Fall 2006.
There's something to sleek yet girly about the collection. I love the fabrics and patterns, I love the comtemporary Madame Gres-like design.
This is lovely, very happy and bubbly but not in a cheap, saccharine way.
Nice, vibrant prints & colors!
Any info about who's behind this
^ Cédric Charlier.. who used to work at Jean Paul Knott and Elbar Elbaz's Lanvin.
yep that's him ! and after all, i must say this is a nice collection...truely, materials and fabric are great, this is a style like no other.
I adore the new flowerprint!