Belgium born, and trained at the famous Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels of La Cambre, Cédric Charlier won the Moët Hennessy Fashion award, which was the starting point of a flourishing career in Paris. Working with the talented Michael Kors and Alber Elbaz at Céline and Lanvin, he was hired as art director of Cacharel. His strong aesthetic and sense of luxury elevated the brand to the level of big names. After his time at Cacharel, he launched his own couture house in 2012 in a continuing effort to propose edgy, carefully cut, and interesting clothing to women. From masculine-feminine, to cool and urban, to refined and chic, his clothing offers high quality clothing that can be styled to any woman.