Cédric Charlier Fall-Winter 2013-2014 RTW Fashion Show
Dresses and coats take on a charm that is halfway between architectural and monastic, by focusing on cuts; geometries; harmonious nuances of broken-up colors, at times in florescent shades; contrasting collars; and rounded shoulder.
The little black dress is revised in a draped manner and developed in leather or embellished with subtle inserts. Boiled wool is filled up with threads like a very colorful chaos, and the most sophisticated outfits choose to cover themselves in surreal rainbow embroidery
midi and maxi
navy blue, midnight blue, black, lemon yellow, emerald, bubble-gum pink, white
cloth, lightweight wool, satin, silk, knitwear, fur, leather, boiled wool, hi-tech fabrics, lurex
straight, oversized, bell, tapered
pointy metal pumps, mary-janes and sandals with ankle-straps, metallic clutches, rounded sunglasses, purses and leather shoulder bags with animalier inserts.
by Barbara Sini, via: http://www.vogue.it/en/