Cacharel Fall 2012 was a feminine ode to the idea of flight, complete with chic flight suits, aviator caps, necklaces that looked like they had been cut from a plane's wing, and a color palette that reminded one of blue skies and clouds. No surprise, then, to hear the inspiration was none other than Amelia Earhart. The contemporary line is beloved for its effortless take on feminine dressing, and this season proved no exception, with plenty of soft dresses and skirts, knit sweaters, and belted coats.
>> Cacharel Fall 2012 was a literal flight of fancy — aviator references came via bomber jackets, aviator caps, metal collar necklaces, and one very chic "flight" jumpsuit. However, Cacharel's signature femininity still ruled thanks to sweet knit dresses, flowy maxi skirts, and a baby-hued color palette shot through with red.