Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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Paris: Cédric Charlier built Cacharel’s F/W 11 collection around feminine minimalist silhouettes; cut from delicate fabrics and accented with ladylike details and a dainty floral print. Woven silk layering pieces allowed Charlier to offer new proportions in subtle ways, and a warm, mostly neutral color palette felt elegantly restrained. Clean, high-heeled leather ankle boots finished every look, supporting the collection’s modern-femme aesthetic.
Color: Champagne / Taupe / Robin’s egg blue / Marigold / White / Navy / Papaya
Key Items: Silk tunic / Unstructured Bermuda short / Pencil skirt / Woven tee / Slim, cropped pant / Pieced sheath / Mini skirt / Slouchy stovepipe / Silk suit / Printed coat
Materials: Silk crepes, chiffons and gossamers / Mongolian lamb fur / Ribbed sweater knits / Felt / Raw silk
Prints + Patterns: Pen and ink wild floral motif
Details + Trim: Exposed zippers / Off-the-shoulder necklines / Pieced constructions / Pintucks / Petite collars / High-low hems / Box pleats
Accessories + Footwear: Leather ankle boots / Skinny leather belts / Clubmaster shades
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