Carolina Herrera presents a modern collection inspired by the color code of a flower
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New York: Carolina Herrera presented a refreshingly modern collection inspired by the color code of a flower, according to the shownotes. Digital florals in blown …

Sep 08, 2014
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New York: Carolina Herrera presented a refreshingly modern collection inspired by the color code of a flower, according to the shownotes. Digital florals in blown up proportions had a pixelated quality. Clean lines and gentle origami folds were cut from techno fabrics producing a smooth, sculpted look. White was used throughout the lineup with soft and rich pops of colour saturating graphics and ensembles.  –Deirdre Pérez

Silhouette: Fit-and-flare / Body skimming / Ovoid shapes / Asymmetry / A-line / Boxy T shapes

Key items: Body skimming dresses / Shirt dresses / Floor sweeping gowns and skirts / Suits and sets / Cropped jackets / Lightweight toppers / Relaxed trousers

Colour: Bright pink / Iris blue / Eggplant / Grey / Soft yellow / White

Print & pattern: Digital floral blooms

Materials & Trim: Techno crepe / Techno piqué / Techno jersey / Linen / Silk chiffon / Silk faille / Silk gazaar / Silk organza / Patent leather / Textured viscose / Foam / Silk jacquard / Silk and cotton canvas / Embroidery / Faceted glass / Floral appliqué

Footwear: Classic pumps / Flatform sandals

Accessories: Tinted sunglasses

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