Designer: Carolina Herrera Inspiration: several days before her show, Carolina Herrera, at 79 years old, announced that she would be retiring from design and would solely become ambassador for her brand, which belongs to group Puig, whilst her right hand man Wes Gordon has been in the studio for 11 months taking over creative direction. A chapter in the history of American fashion, one that defines itself by luxury and couture, and one that ends just like the season before, by showing in one of the most beautiful locations in New York, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Collection: black and white, a chic way to start to the show, notably through loose, black trousers worn with a white cardigan shirt, knotted at the cuffs, or even the two-toned graphic dress with long sleeves. Of course, without losing sight of the sublime tailored trousers, or the amount of incredible sheath dresses, some with multiple layers of tulle, some with exotic animal prints, or bustier versions with exposed shoulders and volume concentrated at the base. To note: the finale with a wink at the distinctive style of Carolina Herrera, who nearly always wears a big flared skirt with a white shirt. Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
Carolina Herrera - Women's Collection Autumn/Winter 2018/19 in New York
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