Cédric worked as an art director for four seasons before starting his own brand. In February 2012, he exhibited his first collection named after him in Paris. His new collection attracted great attention from both the international press and buyers. Belgian-born designer Cedric Charlier graduated from Visual Arts of Brussels. He won the Moêt Hennessy Fashion Award in 1998 and worked at the House of Céline for 2 years under the creative directorship of Michael Kors. He joined Paul Knott's studio for 2 years. After that, he joined Alber Elbaz's Lanvin team, where he spent 6 years. It caught the attention of Jean Bousquet, who in 2009 commissioned him to create a dynamic position for Cacharel.