Cédric Charlier gave Cacharel’s famed prints a makeover with abstract floral-inspired patterns and trompe l’oeil ruffles in clashing tones of marigold, lilac and rose, though the resulting cool aesthetic felt a little forced at times.

 

Cédric Charlier gave Cacharel’s famed prints a makeover with abstract floral-inspired patterns and trompe l’oeil ruffles in clashing tones of marigold, lilac and rose, though the resulting cool aesthetic felt a little forced at times.

 

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