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The Cacharel Fall 2014 Campaign Features Femininely Loose Silhouettes

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 1, 2014 • References: cacharel and fashionising
While there might not be anything particularly special about the Cacharel Fall 2014 collection aside from the fact that the pieces would be a great addition to any existing wardrobe, the lookbook is something else entirely. It brings a playful quirky quality to the outfits in a uniquely minimalist way. The models are captured interacting with mundane objects in not-so-mundane ways. This is one way to capture people's attention.

Nevertheless, Amy Verner of Style.com describes the Cacharel Fall 2014 collection as "sailing along in lukewarm waters, inspiring neither high praise nor strong objection." Yet in comparison to its previous runway season, Verner writes, "For Fall, nothing changed in any public way, yet there appeared to be an improved focus to the collection." This is achieved by focusing more on silhouette than prints.