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Cedric Charlier only celebrated his 34th birthday days ago but he’s spent what seems like half of his life building up an impressive design resume.
He launched his eponymous collection just last year but he’s done stints at Celine (with Michael Kors), Lanvin, and most recently, Cacharel. We caught up with the designer yesterday to chat about what it’s like to be a young designer right now in Paris.
Four cities, one season: Fall 2013. Nemo kicked the collections off and every city to follow added its own dose of wintry chill. Somehow all that cold weather caused a discernible note of restraint to float through the collections. Don’t worry–the passion and excitement were still there, but designers actively pursued defining new ways we can really dress next fall. These looks felt grounded in the return of the “Lady,” as fashion’s pendulum swung away from the risqué, toward the refreshingly refined (spike-studded shoulders be damned). Check out our top trends for fall in the slide show.
We feel like an entire “adventures in copyright” blog could be dedicated to copies of his work. Oh wait, that exists.
We already knew how influential he was, but seeing that visually, all in one place is pretty incredible.
Bienvenue à Paris! Tuesday the underclassman kicked things off in the City of Light, with former Cacheral creative director Cédric Charlier showing a replicant-chic lineup for his sophomore collection under his own name. And for the woman who will settle for little less than showing her entire leg, critics concurred that Anthony Vaccarello definitely brought the heat.
PARIS–Remember Cédric Charlier? The Belgian designer made Cacharel exciting and catapulted the brand into the high spheres of French fashion. Think cheeky layers, plenty of liberty prints and a glitzy front row. Yet, despite four acclaimed collections, his contract was mysteriously ended a few months ago. (Yet another inexplicable non-renewal). Yesterday, Cédric presented his first Read more →