Guillaume Henry presented his Spring/Summer 2015 collection for Carven during Paris Fashion Week. The designer's latest showing embodied an effortlessly elegant air and highlighted a range of streamlined and tone-blocked pieces for summer.
Models took to the runway stage in a palette of grey-scale pieces that were later infused with bold touches of citrus and indigo hues. When looking at this collection overall, one can detect the designer's utilitarian inspiration that influenced his impeccably tailored coats, streamlined knits and uniform-inspired separates.
In addition to its army-inspired references, the Carven Spring/Summer 2014 collection reminds one of sci-fi costumes from film and t.v. classic 'Star Trek'. This is thanks to the collection's ambiguous silhouettes and streamlined constructions that rely on the visual power of simplicity.
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