Fall/Winter 2015/2016

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
The call from Cacharel for Fall/Winter 2015/2016 is a simple one, one that we’re all too familiar with. Simple forms were infused with prints and made proper with fluid fabrics. At the same time, graphic imagery was stripped away, leaving a feminine and relaxed silhouette in its place.

A modern lens of youthful exuberance reigned supreme here, where prints and solids sat alongside a light-hearted colour palette. No matter the season, the mood with Cacharel is always a cheerful one.

The prints used were commendable. An artist’s canvas was the inspiration. At the beginning, random art stokes of abstract form decorated the canvas. These blotches were then blown up and emblazoned like a masterpiece on a streamlined dress. The artwork was exquisite and the print, one-of-a-kind.

As the artist progressed, zen turned to zeal and the canvas was ripped apart with fervour. The tool of destruction: the reverse end of the paintbrush. When the artist was done, so was the print.

Prints aside, the Cacharel solids on display were equally apt. Navy solids were paired immaculately with cool colour bases while white served as a fitting canvas to the parade of art-inspired images.

The Cacharel girl was in her element. Her wardrobe was carefree, light-hearted, and full of contemporary grace. Minimalist shapes were easily elevated by prints and textures that were perfect complements to easy-to-match separates. They were just that easy to slip on.

Now that’s the real charm of Cacharel.

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