Carven Fall 2013 was shown against a backdrop of vintage car taillights, and the motif reappeared on the closing looks of the show. Guillaume Henry went for colors normally associated with Spring for much of the show, with voluminous coats with oversize rounded shoulders and mod bouclé skirtsuits in shades of robin's-egg blue and cotton-candy pink. Heavy rubber-soled Mary Janes grounded the looks while ruched ladylike bags played off the tonal zebra prints. Get revved up and click through to see the best of the show inside.
Carven Fall 2013 Runway
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