In his S/S 2016 collection, Charlier rediscovers his love for simplicity. The “guilty one” of that, or we can say a true inspiration, were the works of British abstract painter Victore Pasmore. His round, sensual and abstract shapes Charlier reinterpreted the clothes´ cut. The collection made of soft, fresh pastel shades and with a touch of emerald green, ochre and indigo, consist of pieces like studded tunic dresses, roomy parkas, shirt dresses contrasted with kimono sleeved tops and wrapped fisherman´s pants.

/ original images courtesy of cédric charlier /

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