Cedric Charlier quickly denounced his reputation for designing garments with floral prints to designing a collection that represents being bold and powerful all while maintaining your femininity. His 2013 collection was inspired by the honest linear aspects of Christobal Balenciaga's 1966 Spring Collection. Charlier showed a cunning collection of sharp razor-like edges paired with architectural influences in the pant suits and shift dresses. The French designer employed strong colors such as crimson, sapphire, chartreuse and violet that's married with doses of black and white.
Besides the clothes, I'm really loving the breathtaking view of the New York back drop.
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