Sweeping away any romantic vision of Cacharel, in his debut collection, Cédric Charlier unveiled a sporty, modernist and, above all, wearable look — crisp white shirtdresses, oversize T-shirts and pleated full-skirted cotton frocks, in mainly powdery tones that veered in a more grown-up direction, but lacked a little emotion and fun.

Sweeping away any romantic vision of Cacharel, in his debut collection, Cédric Charlier unveiled a sporty, modernist and, above all, wearable look — crisp white shirtdresses, oversize T-shirts and pleated full-skirted cotton frocks, in mainly powdery tones that veered in a more grown-up direction, but lacked a little emotion and fun.

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