Belgium designer Cédric Charlier alluded to the abstract art movement in the 1940s, playing with form and experimenting with fresh materials. Boxy and loose fitted silhouettes breathed a warm-welcomed ease, while graphic strips at the waist provided an illusion of femininity. Photographer Charlotte Navio went behind-the-scenes to capture last minute excitement before the runway show.
Photography / Charlotte Navio
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