Feb 24, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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New York: Inspiration for at Carven was drawn from Malick Sidibé, a Malian photographer known for documenting the look and popular culture of affluent African teenagers in the Sixties. The resulting collection captured that vibe with easy-to-wear pieces. — Lizzy Bowring
Silhouette: Simple shapes / Rounded / ’60s / A-line
Color: Black / White / Pink / Mustard / Ice blue / Persimmon / Lime / Yellow / Sand
Key Items: Sheath dresses / Bell-shaped sleeve coats / Puff-skirt dresses / Car coats / Double breasted coat / Cocoon jacket / Empire-line tops and dresses / Pencil skirt
Materials: Woven plastic / Straw / Silk shantung — poly, cotton, plastic
Print + Pattern: Color blocking / African jungle / Oversized plaid / African inspired graphics / Mini-optics
Details + Trim: Oversized collar / Empire line / Diagonal stripes / Contrast edges / Cross-strap back / backless / Bell sleeves / Half belts
Accessories + Footwear: Geometric pattern flat sandals / Metal and stone jewelry / Greek sandals / Small box bags / Shoulder bags
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