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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by luxmode, Oct 3, 2009.
The first Cédric Charlier collection for the house.
Belgian designer Cederic Charlier It seems Lanvin's loss is Cacharel's gain.
omg those prints made me die .... (in a good way) lol!
personally it's not my thing but it's a beautiful collection.
beautiful prints ! oh my i am going to love next spring / summer filled with prints
it's very special. at least the brand have an identity ! it's not that bad, even if i don't like it i think it can be a good collection
I quite like it so far. Cédric Charlier was the protege of Alber Elbaz for six years so I have high hopes anyway.
They're not floral prints, right?
love cacharel! this look great.
Nice pieces, a little plain but with the print, that's the house focus. From the pics I do not get any direction but need to see more.
I don't believe so...it looks more like splashes of paint IMO
^Yea, seemed to me like that, too but i couldn't be sure Good work though!
the whole collection is up now at:
Not ground-breaking but very nice work, better than Rochas.
i think he's a lovely fit for the brand - very Cacharel, freespirited and feminine. This is the beginning of a very promising designer/house relationship.
It's not even worth posting the pics of the collection as the photography/lighting is so terrible.
Anyway, apparently the collection is inspired by the work of photographer Sarah Moon and the pattern is indeed paint splatter.
Here's an intriguing description of the shoes from Elle:
Cacharel's Complex Shoe Designs
The shoes at Cacharel were the quiet star of the show. The description is intense: they were peep-toe, lace-up, cutout-heel ankle boots with a wedge-like lucite heel. Yes, it's a mouthful but it all translated to beautiful. Some were bi-colored in shades of nude and navy or camel and navy, while others were in solid shades of navy or tan. It would seem with all the design elements the shoes might be a bit over the top, but somehow, the balance was perfect and the result was one very covetable shoe.
—Rebecca Suhrawardi Austin
not impressed, this is not the cacharel that I know and I do not like it!