The Cacharel show might be the longest we've ever attended. When it finally ended, everyone stood up to leave and it started again. The first time through, we saw at least forty-five looks from Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, the new creative directors of the brand. Their girls wore colorful summer dresses, crop tops, bird earrings and especially cute sandals. The best part of their outfits? See TeenVogue. Then, after the first designer bow, we were treated to a string of archive-inspired liberty print dresses modeled with bare feet and a bow from Cacharel's founder Jean Bousquet himself in celebration of its 50th anniversary. At least they know that if you make it long, you have to make it worth it.