Carven Gets the It-Girl Wardrobe Right For Fall
Let's take a trip through the decades together at Carven, shall we? Start with a nod to Schiaparelli's surrealist designs with a hand motif. If you love the '40s, there were perfectly charming tea dresses with glittering arrow embellishment, skirts that fell gracefully between the mid calf and ankle, and thick heeled pumps. For the '50s fans, there were leopard print coats, furry muffs worn as arm bands, and belted coats made of heavy wool. Or skip straight to the '60s with swingy A-line miniskirt suits in bold marigold and deep rose paired with thigh-high boots.
This all added up to a feminine and wearable collection, filled with pieces that we can easily picture on Alexa Chung and front-row fan Zosia Mamet as well as on ourselves (just one coat?). Guillaume Henry keeps turning out the pieces loved by the It girls and regular girls alike.