Cédric worked as an Art Director for four seasons before he set up his own brand. In February 2012, he exhibited his first collection in Paris. The new collection attracted great interest by both international press and buyers. He graduated from Belgian -born designer Cedric Charlier Visual Arts of Brussels. In 1998, he won Moêt Hennessy Fashion Award and worked at House of Céline for 2 years under the creative director of Michael Kors. He joined Paul Knott's studio for 2 years. Afterwards, he was included in the Lanvin team of Alber Elbaz, where he spent 6 years. In 2009, he attracted the attention of Jean Bousquet, who would assign him to create a dynamic position for Cacharel.