Sep 1, 2011

Carven Fall 2011 Ready-To-Wear Show





Guillaume Henry, the designer of Carven, knows that French fashion must have a certain unique flare. Sometimes that flare may be colorful and extravagant and sometimes that flare may be subtlety chic. Carven's Fall 2011 ready-to-wear show may have opted for #2, but regardless the collection was unique.While this budding fashion house was launched only 2 years ago it is making serious impressions on some of fashions most influential people. 






The label is all about bourgeois, true francophile style. Ladies look proper and prim in Carven without looking dowdy or old fashioned. Guillaume Henry's muses for this particular collection were Lee Miller and Simone de Beauvoir. Mission accomplished! The collection was simplistically basic....think: Chanel and the classic little black dress. 




Here are some of my favorite looks from the collection:























What did you think of the Carven Fall 2011 show? Post a comment bellow to let me know!

11 comments:

  1. This collecion was so unique! I love the glasses...they are sick!

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  2. I love the poofy skirts! Chic and pretty!

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  3. This collection was very unique! I look very much forward to seeing many things from this label.

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  4. im not very familiar with this desiger, but they sound cool!

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  5. Desntiny OctaviaSep 15, 2011, 8:57:00 PM

    nice show! wish i could have been there :-(

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  6. Anastazia BurlumSep 15, 2011, 8:57:00 PM

    I like the way they wear those glasses...circular is SO cool!

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    1. this is brad burlum who are you related to

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  7. nice blog girfriend!

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  8. Thanks for all the awesome comments!

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  9. This designer is really budding and I see A LOT of potential for him. But, witout being mean this collection was a little contemporary for my taste. I like olde french fashion

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