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Catwalk Review: Cacharel A/W 2011/12

07/03/2011 12:28 | Updated 22 May 2015

Cacharel's a/w 2011 collection. Photos: Getty Images

DESIGNER: Cédric Charlier for Cacharel.

INSPIRATION: A clean and contemporary style mixed with 60s shapes.

TOP LOOKS: Shifts, suits and maxis in all over florals, box shaped tops layered with wide-leg trousers, skater skirt dresses in an array of neutrals and a belted, cocoon shaped, fur coat.

WHO WAS THERE: All the top fashion eds.

WHAT WE THOUGHT: Sophisticated and serene, Cacharel's show was made for the fashion focused, modern women. The soft colours and fluid lines had an air of understated chic about them, but it was the use of an intricate floral motif that set these designs apart from other contemporary collections. Above all, Charlier's vivid prints and loose layers looked effortlessly cool and wearable. We'll be seeing his dresses on those in the know next season.

See our favourite looks in the gallery below:
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