Paris Fashion Week, March 4: Cédric Charlier
Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s Paris Fashion Week runway shows: Cédric Charlier goes graphic with both soft and bold hues, modern updates and sleek lines. The Belgian designer put smart and streamlined looks center stage while giving an inspirational nod to the traditional school uniform in pleated skirts and turtlenecks.
Fashion Office Bottom Line: Cédric Charlier’s ascent continues with a slick and tightly edited collection of real-life urban dressing. A gorgeously offbeat color palette of pale pink, kelly green and ultramarine blue played out as totally modern and desirable updates on wardrobe staples like the pantsuit, sweatshirt and pleated skirt. Punchy plays on graphic stripes and color blocking in print and sequins gave a slick and sporty edge.
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