After stints at Céline and Lanvin, Cedric Charlier headed the creative team at Cacharel for two
years, using his witty prints and exacting cuts to reinvigorate the brand. In his eponymous
collection, Charlier focuses on silhouette and construction, evoking a strong sense of femininity
through angular, almost masculine shapes. A graduate of Belgium's prestigious National School
for Visual Arts, Charlier is now based in Paris, and his clothing exudes the understated glamour
for which his adopted hometown is known.