Belgium born and trade at the famous Ecole Nationale Supérierure des Arts Visuels of La Cambre, Cédric Charlier was soon pushed to Paris by winning the Moët Hennessy Fashion award, starting point of a flourishing career. From his belgian roots he carries an heritage of great fashion designers, with all a demanding approach of aesthetic. Working with the talented Michael Kors and Alber Elbaz at Céline and Lanvin, he was then hired as art director of Cacharel. His strong aesthetic and sense of luxury elevated the brand at the level of the big names. He launched his own house in 2012 in a continue effort to propose and edgy, very right , carefully cut and new vestaire. From masculine-feminine, to cool urban to refined and chic, his woman has a high quality vestiaire for every mood.