Carolina Herrera, who seems to have a wrinkle in her skirt, not a hair out of place, has a fun side, too, and that’s what showed on the catwalk at Fashion Week in New York Monday show.
For Carolina Herrera Spring Collection, she embraced a cheerful canary print patent leather panels used for the belts of the false and opted for a final dress, a pleated skirt high gazer accounts and long term, both in the bright green grass.
(No Press / partners) – Spring fashion collection 2012 is inspired by Carolina Herrera Monday, September 12, 2011, during Fashion Week in New York.
Not that I dressed the models in the shops of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in anything that was not brilliant, elegant and uptown thoroughly, but Herrera’s like a little hair left.
His palette, heavy on the yellow and green, with a little blue and red, was inspired by the vintage Bakelite bangle bracelets.
Shirtdresses has large pockets, a delicate red cocktail dress was silk seersucker, and a gray-beige, one-shoulder evening gown fallen so low in the lower back was almost shocking. Someone like Renee Zellweger – who sat in the front row – could pull it off.
Model Veronica Webb did some “shopping” from his seat, said a team that pairs a green sweater and white color block pleated pants would be a “workhorse” for your wardrobe, like a red dress and gray geometric-shaped lace inserts. A yellow dress with caviar beading embroidery on a panel at the front would choose Veronica Webb for a night on the town.
Carolina Herrera is no way to make things too demanding, even when there is plenty to do. A black and blue dress was so soft and pretty as you’d expect of the designer, although it was covered with sharp-edged embroidery.
Making things look simple can be one of the hardest things to do, Carolina Herrera said backstage before the show. The results are worth it, though. Everything is in the “wonderful details.”
She added: “Fashion has to have the details and a way to make a very simple look effortless, which is what fashion should be: easy and fun.