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Cedric Charlier out at Cacharel

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We're hearing, via Twitter, that Cedric Charlier has been sacked from his position as creative director at Cacharel. Charlier succeeded design duo Mary Eley and Wakako Kishimoto of Eley Kishimoto at the helm of the French fashion house in 2009. He previously worked at Michael Kors, Celine, and worked for six years under Alber Elbaz at Lanvin. No further additional information or details about Charlier's departure from Cacharel are available. [@robinschulie]