For his pre-fall collection, Cacharel designer Cédric Charlier continued to build on solid wardrobe staples with a cool twist. He again reworked a flower print, a motif he updates each season with a modern point of view. This time, though, a summer vacation in Scotland was his inspiration, and an antique sketchbook with unfinished drawings set the mood for suggestive painterly flowers worked on complete looks like a long skirt with matching shirt. The shirt was another focus in the collection, whether as a pristine white cotton shirtdress worn over a skirt, or even shown as a jacket in gray fluffy wool over a camel skirt. Touches of white and cream added a wintery brightness to it all, echoing the crisp lightness of the Highlands.

For his pre-fall collection, Cacharel designer Cédric Charlier continued to build on solid wardrobe staples with a cool twist. He again reworked a flower print, a motif he updates each season with a modern point of view. This time, though, a summer vacation in Scotland was his inspiration, and an antique sketchbook with unfinished drawings set the mood for suggestive painterly flowers worked on complete looks like a long skirt with matching shirt. The shirt was another focus in the collection, whether as a pristine white cotton shirtdress worn over a skirt, or even shown as a jacket in gray fluffy wool over a camel skirt. Touches of white and cream added a wintery brightness to it all, echoing the crisp lightness of the Highlands.

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