viernes, 17 de septiembre de 2010

CAROLINA HERRERA SPRING 2011 RTW


Carolina Herrera's program notes explained that Spring was inspired by two things: the traditional clothes of Korea and botanical plates collected in the eighteenth century. For anybody who admired the elegant simplicity of her recent Resort show, that little bit of news sent up a red flag.

The tall, wide-brimmed straw hats (customarily worn by men in Korea) and the superfluous obilike bows that decorated the bust- and waistlines of evening dresses hardly dispelled the disquiet, nor did floral prints complete with calligraphy detailing the plant's name and origins.

MARIKE LE ROUX

Happily, there was also a lot here of a more subtle nature. The more restrained gowns suggested that Herrera can still teach a thing or two to the up-and-comers gunning for the Park Avenue set. In particular, a lotus-blossom-embroidered blouse and olive to-the-floor skirt and a forest green metallic fil coupé column dress with a slightly asymmetrical neckline nailed the understated grandeur that's long been a Herrera signature. If it's grandeur plain and simple a girl is after, she should look no further than the finale gown with its yard-upon-yard of porcelain-embroidered floral jacquard.


KIRSI PYRHONEN

IRINA KULIKOVA

TAO OKAMOTO

YANA KARPOVA

BEHATI PRINSLOO

LISANNE DE JONG


LIU WEN


JAC

FREJA BEHA ERICHSEN

DARIA STROKOUS


SIRI TOLLEROD

ANNA SELEZNEVA

ALINA BAIKOVA

CATHERINE McNEIL

MARYNA LINCHUK

MARCELIA FREESZ


KASIA STRUSS



AMANDA LAINE

ALI STEPHENS

HANNE GABY ODIELE

SHU PEI QIN

KENDRA SPEARS

JACQUELYN JABLONSKI

PATRICIA VAN DER VLIET

ANAIS MALI

OLGA SHERER

AMINATA NIARIA

CHARLOTTE DI COLYPSO


LASKHMI MENON

RIANNE TEN HAKEN

DU JUAN

KSENIA KAHNOVICH


CHANEL IMAN


SIGRID AGREN

ARLENIS SOSA

HILARY RHODA


HEIDI MOUNT


CAROLINA HERRERA
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