Purified and Simplified Sportswear at Cedric Charlier
By Diego Sanchez

Paris: This season Cedric Charlier went back to simplicity and presented a collection of refined sportswear staples in architectural shapes and eye-catching colours. The dress …

Mar 05, 2015
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Paris: This season Cedric Charlier went back to simplicity and presented a collection of refined sportswear staples in architectural shapes and eye-catching colours. The dress code was simplified thanks to the geometrical shapes and the precise technological fabrics – second skin knitted trousers came in double-faced neoprene materials and sported a coloured contrasting stripe that ended a few inches above the hemline. The covetable tailored suits were presented in the same foamy material and stood out in bold hues of Kelly green and bright navy. The printed stripes were disturbed and heckled, bringing graphic appeal to evening pleated dresses, skirts and sporty dresses. Elsewhere, Skirts and tops were shaped from rectangular panels and coloured cracked leather updated jackets and overcoats. Overall, the dynamic lineup looked youthful, comfortable and very desirable. – Diego Sanchez

Theme: Purified and Simplified Sportswear

Key Items: Sequined minidress / Second skink knitted trousers / Colourful neoprene suits / Pleated skirts / Oversized lapel A-line coats / Patent leather bomber jacket / Rollnecks / Pleated evening dresses / Colour-blocked knits / Fur chubbies / Fit-and-flare Minidresses / Minimalist clutches

Colour: Kelly Green / Bright navy / Bordeaux / Nudes / Neon pink

Materials and Trims: Technical jersey / Neoprene / Sequins / Monochrome fox fur / Patent cracked leather / Brushed lurex / Viscose / Colourful embroidery

Print and Pattern: Abstract stripes / Colour-blocking

Footwear and Accessories: Tight belts / Trophy necklaces / White-heeled boots / Minimalist Clutches

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