The Carven Fall/Winter 2014/2015 campaign brings an assortment of body parts to the attention of viewers. Photographer Viviane Sassen paired images of both male and female models next to spliced fingers, chins and wrists, speaking in part to the human figure that Carven caters to.
Although these advertisements are quite chaotic with numerous elements at play within each image, Sassen nonetheless drew pointed attention towards button up plaid coats, loose fitting trousers, prim oxford shirts and silky print blouses.
No matter what one's favorite is in this collection, viewers will appreciate Carven's merger of fashion with art. While the clothing speaks for itself, the label chose to further embellish the line with creative superimposed images that compliment the upscale apparel.
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